This topic describes how to start and stop the Lotus® Expeditor Servers from a single node.
If you have clustered the Lotus Expeditor Server, see Starting and stopping clusters
for information on starting and stopping IBM Lotus Expeditor servers in a cluster.
If you have clustered Lotus Expeditor Server, you may also start and stop servers on a individual node using the methods described in this topic. This would only affect the IBM Lotus Expeditor application servers on that node. You must start the WebSphere Application Server node agent before you start or stop IBM Lotus Expeditor application servers from the node in a cluster.
Lotus Expeditor Server is installed and configured with two Web application servers. Before accessing the Client Management services or DB2® Everyplace®, you must start these application servers. See Starting and stopping the servers
for information on required operating system privileges needed to start or stop IBM Lotus Expeditor servers.
Methods to start and stop the servers
You can start or stop the servers individually from a command prompt using the Application Server startServer and stopServer commands. See the following sample commands that start and stop the Application Server administrative console, server1.
To start the Application Server:
To stop the Application Server:
profile_home\\profile_name\\bin\\stopServer.bat server1 –username administrator_id –password administrator_password
profile_home/profile_name/bin/stopServer.sh server1 –username administrator_id –password administrator_password
represents the directory where you created the WebSphere configuration profile in which Lotus Expeditor Server is configured. administrator_id
represents your Lotus Expeditor Server administrator user name.administrator_password
represents your Lotus Expeditor Server administrator password.
You might have to issue the stop server command more than one time for the command to take effect.
See the following list of Lotus Expeditor application servers:
If errors occur starting or stopping the Lotus Expeditor Servers, see ../com.ibm.xpd.support.doc/ts_wed_server_intro.html.
Parent topic: Starting and stopping the servers: XPD622