Starting and Stopping a Container Instance

Learn how to start and stop a container instance created by the Configure Container Instance Wizard.

Using the Admin Console Managing Containers

Table of Contents

  1. Start / Stop Container Instance
  2. Restart Container Instance

Start / Stop Container Instance

The following methods can be used to start and stop a container instance.

Start / Stop Process in Windows

  • Start—Navigate to {release_directory}\bin and type startup {instance name}
  • Stop—Close the DOS Window or type Ctrl-C

Start Process as Windows Service

  • Start—Launch Program Group (Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative Tools > Services), Select PM x.x - {Container Instance}

    Note: The instance name is displayed as the Container Key.

  • Stop—Select Container Instance. The instance name is displayed as the Container Key. From the Actions menu, select Stop.

Start / Stop Process in UNIX

  • Start—Navigate to {release_directory}/bin and type startup.sh {instance name}
  • Stop—Send the process a KILL signal or Ctrl-C

Start / Stop Process in UNIX (Background)

  • Start—Navigate to{release_directory}/bin and type startup.sh {instance name}
  • Stop—Navigate to {release_directory}/bin and type shutdown.sh

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Restart Container Instance

To restart the current container instance and associated bundles, click Restart.

Note: Restart applies to Standalone deployments only.

Container restart

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