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|Subject:||Starting and stopping Syncrify server|
|Creation date:||3/9/11 10:01 AM|
|Last modified on:||3/9/11 10:03 AM|
Starting and stopping Syncrify
Depending upon the host operating system, the steps for starting and stopping are different.
Microsoft WindowsSyncrify is installed as a Service on Windows. Therefore, to stop or stop, go to Control Panel / Administrative Tools / Services and perform the appropriate action.
Additionally, Syncrify comes with a Service Manager application on Windows that you can use to start/stop the server.
Use the following scripts:
- /etc/init.d/syncrify start - to start Syncrify
- /etc/init.d/syncrify stop - to stop Syncrify
Double click SynaMan.app application to run. Use the generic way to stop it. See below
Other UNIX platforms You can stop it by sending a kill command or use the generic way to stop. See below
Generic way of stopping SynaMan This method can be used on any operating system, provided following conditions are met:
Type the following URL in your browser to stop Syncrify.
- You must login as Admin
- You must be logged in from the localhost
Posted by dimitry on 6/2/12 3:32 PM
when restarting the service, does the server notify the connected clients to continue backup?
since our server has active sessions 24/7 when needing to restart the server, we are note sure the clients continue after 5 minutes of restarting the server...
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