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How can we stop all the services at once using a script , i.e <>.sh file.

How can we stop all the services at once using a script , i.e <>.sh file. We start the services using ./denodo-platform.sh , and incase due to some issues the VDP Control centre is closed , we see the services running in the Unix server. Is there a common script which can be used to stop all the services at once.
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18-07-2019 06:01:05 -0400

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Hi, In Denodo Platform installation path, the bin folder contains the shell scripts to start or stop the Denodo modules and tools. You could shutdown a launched Denodo server using \*shutdown.sh scripts available in the path, *<DENODO_HOME>/bin.* For instance, if you want to stop the currently running Virtual DataPort Server, you could run the script “vqlserver_shutdown.sh”. You could also refer to the section, [Launching the Virtual DataPort Server](https://community.denodo.com/docs/html/browse/7.0/vdp/administration/installation_and_execution/launching_the_virtual_dataport_server/launching_the_virtual_dataport_server#launching-the-virtual-dataport-server) of Virtual DataPort Administration Guide for more details. However, there is an enhancement request to enhance the Denodo Platform command line integration to stop (or restart) all components at once. Therefore, you could expect this feature in the future updates of Denodo Platform. Hope this helps!
Denodo Team
19-07-2019 06:50:20 -0400
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