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cmhaltpkg(1m)							 cmhaltpkg(1m)

       cmhaltpkg - halt a high availability package

       cmhaltpkg [-v] [-t] [-n node_name]...  package_name...

       cmhaltpkg [-v] [-s] [-n node_name]...  package_name...

       cmhaltpkg  connects  to	the Serviceguard cluster manager and halts the
       specified package(s) or multi-node package instance(s).

       When  a	package	 or  package  instance	is  halted,  global  switching
       (AUTO_RUN) is disabled for that package.

       cmhaltpkg  may be run on any node within the cluster and may operate on
       any package within the cluster.

       To halt a package, a user must either be	 a  superuser  with  effective
       user  ID	 of  zero  (see	 id(1) and su(1)), or have an access policy of
       PACKAGE_ADMIN allowed in the cluster or package configuration file. See
       access policy in cmquerycl(1m) or cmmakepkg(1m).

       If  no node_name arguments are supplied, each package will be halted on
       any and all nodes where it is running. If the package is not running on
       any nodes, the command will fail.

       cmhaltpkg  should not be used to halt SYSTEM_MULTI_NODE packages (HP-UX
       only). Use cmhaltnode or cmhaltcl to  halt  SYSTEM_MULTI_NODE  packages
       instead.	 Packages of other types may be halted on a subset of the con‐
       figured nodes by specifying one or more node_name arguments.

       If you execute cmhaltpkg simultaneously on two packages	that  have  an
       exclusionary  dependency	 on each other, unexpected behavior may result
       (for example, depending on the timing, one of them could be restarted).

       cmhaltpkg will fail if each specified package is not running on all the
       specified nodes.

       Packages are halted in the order required by their configured dependen‐
       cies. Packages without configured dependencies are halted in the	 order
       specified  on  the  command  line.  To successfully halt a package, all
       required dependent packages must either be previously halted or	speci‐
       fied  as	 a  package_name  argument in the cmhaltpkg command.  Packages
       configured with STORAGE_GROUP are implicitly dependent  on  the	corre‐
       sponding multi-node cluster volume manager (CVM) package. (HP-UX only)

       cmhaltpkg  validates  its command line prior to halting any package and
       returns an error if the user does not have correct access  to  complete
       the  operation or if illegal combinations of node_name and package_name
       arguments are encountered.

       If a problem is detected while halting a package, cmhaltpkg exits  with
       an  error  indication and remaining package_name arguments are not pro‐

       A package in maintenance mode that was start  up	 to  and  including  a
       specified  module  can be halted from that specified module. Only those
       modules which were started are halted.

       cmhaltpkg supports the following options:

	      -n node_name   Acts only on a specific node.  If the package  is
			     not running on the specified node, it will not be

	      -v	     Verbose output will be displayed.

	      -t	     Test only. Provide an assessment of  the  package
			     placement	without affecting the current state of
			     the nodes or packages. This option validates  the
			     node's  eligibility  with	respect to the package
			     dependencies as well as the external dependencies
			     such as EMS resources, package subnets, and stor‐
			     age before predicting any package placement deci‐
			     sions.  This  option  is not legal for package in
			     maintenance mode.

	      -s	     Symmetric halt is only for	 packages  in  mainte‐
			     nance mode.  If a package in maintenance mode has
			     been started up  to  a  module  as	 specified  by
			     cmrunpkg  -m,  then  cmhaltpkg  -s	 will halt the
			     package up to that module.	 Otherwise,  cmhaltpkg
			     -s	 will  halt  the  package  for all the modules
			     specified in its configuration file.

       cmhaltpkg returns the following value:

	      0	   Successful completion.
	      1	   Command failed.
	      2	   Command failed due to a transient condition.

       A sequence of cmhaltpkg and cmrunpkg commands may be  used  to  move  a
       package	from  one  node	 to  another.  For example, the package may be
       halted on one node and then run on a new node, provided that the	 pack‐
       age is enabled for the new node.

       To move package package1 to node node2, do the following:

	      cmhaltpkg package1

	      cmrunpkg -n node2 package1

	      cmmodpkg -e package1 (to enable package switching, if desired)

       cmhaltpkg was developed by HP.

       cmmakepkg(1m), cmquerycl(1m), cmmodpkg(1m), cmrunpkg(1m), cmviewcl(1m),

		    Requires Optional Serviceguard Software	 cmhaltpkg(1m)

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