OBIS - Shutting Down the Server from a Command Prompt in Windows (nqsshutdown)

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Use this procedure in Windows to shut down the Oracle BI Server from a Command prompt.

To shut down the Oracle BI Server from a Windows command prompt, Type the following command in the machine in which the Oracle BI Server is running:

nqsshutdown {-d <data_source_name> -u <user ID> -p <password>}

where:

  • data_source_name

The name of a nonclustered ODBC data source used to connect to the server to perform the shut down operation. The data source needs to connect to the server as an Oracle BI user who is a member of the Oracle BI Administrators group. Only users defined as Oracle BI Administrators can shut down the server.

The nqsshutdown command is not valid for clustered DSNs. When passed a standard (nonclustered) DSN, it will shut down the targeted Oracle BI Server even if the server is participating in a cluster.

  • user ID

The user to connect to the Oracle BI Server to perform the shut down operation.

  • password

The password for the user ID connecting to the Oracle BI Server to perform the shut down operation.

When shutdown is complete, a message indicating this is displayed in the Command window.


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