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New Option in Domino Start Script: Pre-Shutdwon Command for Traveler Servers

Daniel Nashed  31 October 2010 10:02:50

As discussed some days ago the shutdown of a Domino Server running Traveler might be a lot quicker, when you shutdown the Traveler task first.
So it makes sense for my Domino on Linux start script to have a new option to allow a pre-shutdown command including a configurable delay time before shutting down the server.
The new version 2.1 of my start script allows you to configure the new options DOMINO_PRE_SHUTDOWN_COMMAND and DOMINO_PRE_SHUTDOWN_DELAY.
It is mainly intended for Traveler servers but it can be configured to send any command that makes sense for you.

I thought about also adding a pre_shutdown Unix shell script to invoke before shutting down the server but I found no real use case for that.


I have updated the script and the documentation here --> http://www.nashcom.de/nshweb/pages/startscript.htm
And you can request the current version here --> http://www.nashcom.de/nshlstrq.nsf/StartScript!openform

-- Daniel
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1Ulrich Krause  31.10.2010 12:04:22  New Option in Domino Start Script: Pre-Shutdwon Command for Traveler Servers

Cool. Thx for sharing


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