NCache 4.3 - Online Documentation

stopcache

 
The stopcache utility allows you to stop an already running cache on a server.
 
stopcache cache-id(s) [option[...]]  
 
Argument
Description
cache-id(s)
Specifies one or more id(s) of the cache(s) running on the server.
 
Option
Description
/s server-name
Specifies a server name where the NCache service is running. The default is the local machine.
/p port
Specifies the port if the server channel is not using the default port. The default TCP port is 8250.
/g /graceful-shutdown
 
Specifies if the cache be stoped gracefully.
 
/uid user-id
user-id is required when security is enabled on Cache Server. user-id must be the active directory user-id prefixed with the domain name.
/pwd password
Specifies password to authorize the user, when security is enabled on Cache Server, for stopping NCache. This password must be the same as the active directory user password.
/nologo
Suppresses the display of logo banner.
/?
Displays command syntax and options for the utility.
 
Remarks
 
You can specify multiple cache-ids on the same command line.
The system where you use stopcache utility, must have NCache service installed and running. By default, stopcache utility tries to start the service if it is not running. But if it fails to do so, you must start the service manually. To start the service on a system, you must have access rights.
 
Examples
 
The following command stops a cache 'theCache' on the local machine.
stopcache theCache
 
The following command stops the caches 'theCache' and 'thePartitionedCache' on a server 'theServer'.
stopcache theCache thePartitionedCache /s theServer
 
The following command displays the command syntax and options for the utility. Logo banner is displayed as a part.
stopcache /?
 
The following command displays the command syntax and options for the utility suppressing the display of the logo banner .
stopcache /? /nologo
 
 
See Also
 
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