I'm running 8.8.9 over CentOS 7. As I've been getting more familiar with the environment, I break a couple things, services fail to start, I fix them, everything comes back, we're good.
Sometimes I see old .pid files, and I've been wondering if I'm not restarting the server properly. For example, we have at least these three commands available to us:
- shutdown -r now
- init 6
Is there one method or another that does a proper "zmcontrol stop" rather than just killing all of the processes? Or is killing the processes acceptable?
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I've never had a problem with ZCS when shutting it down with either of the following:
Either of those should shutdown ZCS correctly.
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shutdown -r now
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