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Stop the primary server

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To stop the processes on the primary Server without causing a failover (for example, for routine maintenance and quick restart), use this command: shutdownCampusMgr. When you use the shutdownCampusMgr command on the primary, the management process tells the secondary not to take control by setting the secondary state to Idle. This prevents a failover from occurring.

When the command listed below is run on the primary server, it stops the campusMgr processes and causes a failover to the secondary Server.

shutdownCampusMgr -kill

To stop the processes on the primary Server without causing a failover (for example, for routine maintenance and quick restart), use this command: shutdownCampusMgr. When you use the shutdownCampusMgr command on the primary, the management process tells the secondary not to take control by setting the secondary state to Idle. This prevents a failover from occurring.

When the command listed below is run on the primary server, it stops the campusMgr processes and causes a failover to the secondary Server.

shutdownCampusMgr -kill