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Shutting Down a System with Disk Stores

Shutting Down a System with Disk Stores

You use the gfsh shutdown command to shut down a system with disk stores.

To shut down the system:
  1. Have all members with persistent disk stores running, if possible
  2. Shut down all members together using the gfsh command-line tool:
    shutdown

    You must be connected to the distributed system in gfsh to execute this command.

The shutdown command provides an ordered shutdown to your system that gives you the fastest startup times.

This is particularly useful for persistent partitioned region shutdown, as it synchronizes all of the online region data stores before shutdown. This means every disk store has the most recent data and does not require updates from other members at startup. See also How Startup and Shutdown Work with Disk Stores and shutdown.