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cmhaltserv(1m)							cmhaltserv(1m)

       cmhaltserv  -  halt  a  service from the high availability package halt

       cmhaltserv [-v] service_name

       cmhaltserv is used only in the high availability package halt script to
       halt a service.

       To stop a package service, the running package halt script must be run‐
       ning as superuser(UID=0), or as a user with access policy of FULL_ADMIN
       allowed	in  the	 cluster  configuration	 file.	See  access  policy in
       cmquerycl (1) or cmmakepkg (1).

       If any part of a package is marked down, the  package  halt  script  is
       executed as part of the recovery process.

       This  command  sends  a SIGTERM signal to the PID and the corresponding
       process group of the monitored service.	If this signal	is  caught  by
       the running application, it is up to the application to ensure that the
       processes will be terminated.

       cmhaltserv supports the following options:

	      -v   Verbose output will be displayed.

       cmhaltserv returns the following values:

	       0   Successful completion.
	       1   Command failed.

       To halt the service db1, do the following:

	      # Halt the service db1
	      cmhaltserv db1

       This line should only be executed within a package halt script.

       cmhaltserv was developed by HP.

       cmmakepkg(1m), cmquerycl(1m), cmmodnet(1m), cmrunserv(1m).

		    Requires Optional Serviceguard Software	cmhaltserv(1m)

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