GWAVA Commands for Linux

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GWAVA for Linux (all builds)


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rcgwavaman stop - used to stop all GWAVA processes

Note: It's normal to see some of the modules say 'failed' on shutdown. You do need to run rcgwavaman status to ensure they did indeed shutdown, however.

rcgwavaman stop <module> - used to stop the specified module (e.g. 'rcgwavaman stop gwava' will stop only gwava)

g6postgres108:~ # rcgwavaman stop gwava

Shutting down /opt/beginfinite/gwava/assets/bin/linux/x32/gwava      done

rcgwavaman status - used to check the status of all GWAVA processes (whether the process is running or not)

Note: Don't start GWAVA back up until all of these processes show as 'missing'.

rcgwavaman start - used to start all GWAVA processes

rcgwavaman start <module> - used to start the specified module (e.g. 'rcgwavaman start gwava' will start only gwava)

g6postgres108:~ # rcgwavaman start gwava

Starting /opt/beginfinite/gwava/assets/bin/linux/x32/gwava           done

shutdown -r 0 - Command to restart the GWAVA appliance.

See also this related article for commands on Netware:

Additional Information

This article was originally published in the GWAVA knowledgebase as article ID 178.