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Old 05-22-2009, 11:19 PM   #1
selvkaumarmvs
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Lightbulb unable to stop oracle database services


Hi,


Currently using oracle 9i with 3 database(maindb,arist,samp) in redhat 5.3 server .
I want to stop 2 database "maindb" and "samp" manually ( in XP or Vista we can stop service oraclemaindb and oraclesamp ), but in redhat i dont know how to stop services


Thank u
selva
 
Old 05-23-2009, 03:25 AM   #2
osor
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Usually (for “services” known to the system), you use:
Code:
service foo [stop|start|restart]
for system services.

For arbitrary processes, you can use pkill or killall (and force a kill with -9).
 
  


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