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member 16 posts Joined 02/08
20 Feb 2008
Stop Teradata services from command prompt

Hi all,As we can start the Teradata services from the commeand prompt....Anyone let me know how to stop the services from command prompt...will the process of starting the sevices make any difference whether we start it from the command prompt/windows/control panel(administrative tools /services)Thanks,abc

joedsilva 505 posts Joined 07/05
20 Feb 2008

you can shutdown the database bytpareset -x -y "stopping teradata"

member 16 posts Joined 02/08
20 Feb 2008

Hi all,Thanks for the answer.When we give the command at the command prompt astpareset -x -yIt says..........tpareset: Reason for the reset must be specified.Why is it so?Are there many reasons to be specified ? if so what are they?does tpa in tpareset stands for "Trusted Parallel Application" ?If not ... what does that mean?Also request you to explain the command net start recondThanks,abc

dnoeth 4628 posts Joined 11/04
22 Feb 2008

> Are there many reasons to be specified ? if so what are they?You can key in anything you want, this text is just used as an explanantion for the reset within the dbc.software_eventlog.> does tpa in tpareset stands for "Trusted Parallel Application" ?yes> Also request you to explain the command> net start recondIt's the windows command to start a service, recond is the "Teradata Database Initiator" service, which just kicks off the database start and the stops again.Dieter

Dieter

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