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RE: Stopping Sametime on Domino
Nick Connors 28.Mar.14 07:55 AM a Web browser
Administration 8.5.2 IFR1 Windows


Thanks for the responses. I did find this in the IBM docs for ST 8.5.2 though. We have not had an issue either (2 dedicated sametime community servers, in the same community but not clustered). Domino does stop sametime on the way down, was just not sure if it waits long enough and/or leaves anything unattended to.

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Automating Sametime Community Server shutdown on Windows

Follow these instructions for the proper sequence of events for an automated shutdown of a IBM Sametime Community Server on Windows.

About this task

If you try to automate the shutdown of Sametime Community Servers in batch files by using the Windows net stop command against Lotus Domino without first shutting down Sametime services, then crash-on-shutdown events and long restart times can result. This sort of shutdown can also trigger crashes of other servers within a Community Services Cluster. These problems occur because the ST Community Launch service relaunches Sametime applications as needed. If Domino is stopped, then ST Community Launch works as designed and tries to relaunch the now-failing applications, with unpredictable results.

You can prevent these problems by creating your batch file with the proper sequence of events for an automated shutdown of the Lotus Community Sametime Server.

Procedure
Follow this order when you create your batch file:

net stop "ST Community Launch"
<wait for service shutdown>
net stop "Sametime Server"
<wait for service shutdown>
net stop "Lotus Domino Server"
<wait for service shutdown>

Note: If your site has changed the service names then adjust the commands accordingly. These individual services might require several minutes to shut down properly; this time is longer for high-volume servers. IBM recommends performing these steps manually first to observe the time required for each shutdown. Insert the appropriate wait sleep commands between the net stop commands when you create your batch files.




Stopping Sametime on Domino (Nick Connors 25.Mar.14)
. . RE: Stopping Sametime on Domino (Ben Williams 25.Mar.14)
. . . . RE: Stopping Sametime on Domino (Nick Connors 25.Mar.14)
. . . . . . RE: Stopping Sametime on Domino (Carl Tyler 25.Mar.14)
. . . . . . . . RE: Stopping Sametime on Domino (Ben Williams 26.Mar.14)
. . . . . . . . . . RE: Stopping Sametime on Domino (Nick Connors 28.Mar.14)


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