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1 STOP

Terminates execution of a command, an image, a command procedure, a command procedure that was interrupted by a Ctrl/Y function, or a detached process or subprocess. Requires GROUP privilege to stop other processes in the same group. Requires WORLD privilege to stop processes outside your group. Format STOP [process-name] The STOP command performs entirely different functions when used with certain qualifiers as follows: STOP Qualifier(s) Function /CPU Stops the specified secondary processor or processors (and any associated vector processors) in an OpenVMS multiprocessing system. /NETWORK Stops the specified network service on the local node. /QUEUE Causes the specified execution queue to pause. /QUEUE/ABORT Aborts a job that is printing or processing on an output queue, deletes it from the queue, and begins processing the first pending job in the queue. /QUEUE/ENTRY Aborts one or more jobs that are executing on a batch queue or printing on an output queue, deletes them from the queue, and begins processing the first pending job in the queue. /QUEUE/MANAGER Stops the queue manager throughout the /CLUSTER OpenVMS Cluster. /QUEUE/NEXT Stops the specified queue after all executing jobs have completed processing. /QUEUE/REQUEUE Stops the current jobs on the specified queue and requeues them for later processing. /QUEUE/RESET Abruptly stops the queue and returns control to the system. /QUEUES/ON_NODE Stops all queues on the specified node. /ZONE Removes a zone from the VAXft series computers. 2 Parameter process-name Requires that the process be in your group. Specifies the name of the process to be deleted. The process name can have from 1 to 15 alphanumeric characters. If the process- name includes spaces or lowercase letters, enclose the name in quotation marks (" ") to preserve the correct spelling. The specified process must have the same group number in its user identification code (UIC) as the current process; you cannot use the process-name parameter to stop a process outside of your group. To stop a process outside of your group, you must use the qualifier /IDENTIFICATION=pid. The process name is incompatible with the /IDENTIFICATION qualifier; if you use the /IDENTIFICATION qualifier, the process name is ignored. If you include neither the process- name parameter nor the /IDENTIFICATION qualifier with the STOP command, the image executing in the current process is terminated. 2 Qualifier /IDENTIFICATION /IDENTIFICATION=pid Specifies the system-assigned process identification (PID) code. When you create a process with the RUN command, the RUN command displays the PID code of the newly created process. The /IDENTIFICATION qualifier can be used in place of the process name parameter. You can omit any leading zeros in specifying the PID code. 2 Examples 1.$ RUN MYPROG . . . <Ctrl/Y> Interrupt $ STOP The RUN command in this example begins executing the image MYPROG. Subsequently, the Ctrl/Y function interrupts the execution. The STOP command then terminates the image. 2.$ @TESTALL . . . <Ctrl/Y> Interrupt $ STOP The @ (execute procedure) command in this example executes the procedure TESTALL.COM. Subsequently, the Ctrl/Y function interrupts the procedure. The STOP command then returns control to the DCL command interpreter. 3.$ RUN/PROCESS_NAME=LIBRA LIBRA %RUN-S-PROC_ID, identification of created process is 0013340D . . . $ STOP LIBRA The RUN command in this example creates a subprocess named LIBRA to execute the image LIBRA.EXE. Subsequently, the STOP command causes the image to exit and deletes the process. 4.$ ON ERROR THEN STOP . . . In a command procedure, the ON command establishes a default action when any error occurs in the execution of a command or program. The STOP command stops all command levels. If this ON command is executed in a command procedure, which in turn is executed from within another procedure, control does not return to the outer procedure, but to DCL command level 0. 2 /CPU Stops the specified secondary processor or processors (and any associated vector processors). The /CPU qualifier is required. Applies only to OpenVMS multiprocessing systems. Requires CMKRNL (change mode to kernel) privilege. Format STOP/CPU [cpu-id[,...]] 3 Parameter cpu-id[,...] Specifies a decimal value representing the identity of a processor in an OpenVMS multiprocessing system. On a VAX 6000 system or an Alpha 7000 system, the CPU ID is the backplane slot number of the processor. If you do not specify a CPU ID, the STOP /CPU command selects a processor in the current active set to stop. 3 Qualifiers /ALL Stops all eligible secondary processors in the system's active set. /OVERRIDE_CHECKS Directs the STOP/CPU command to bypass a series of checks that determine whether the specified processor is eligible for removal from the active set. 3 Examples 1.$ STOP/CPU The STOP/CPU command in this example selects a processor and removes it from the multiprocessing system's active set. 2.$ STOP/CPU 4,7 The STOP/CPU command in this example selects the processors with CPU IDs 4 and 7 and removes them from the multiprocessing system's active set. 3.$ STOP/CPU/OVERRIDE_CHECKS 8 The STOP/CPU/OVERRIDE_CHECKS command in this example unconditionally stops the processor with the CPU ID of 8 and removes it from active participation in the multiprocessing system. 4.$ STOP/CPU/ALL The STOP/CPU/ALL command in this example stops all eligible secondary processors in the active set and removes them from the multiprocessing system. 2 /NETWORK Stops the specified network service on the local node. The /NETWORK qualifier is required. Format STOP/NETWORK network-service 3 Parameter network-service Specifies the name of the network service that you want to halt. 3 Example $ STOP/NETWORK DECnet The STOP/NETWORK command in this example stops the current network service. 2 /QUEUE The STOP/QUEUE command causes the specified execution queue to pause. All jobs currently executing in the queue are suspended (until the queue is restarted with the START/QUEUE command), and no new jobs are initiated. The /QUEUE qualifier is required. Requires manage (M) access to the queue. The STOP/QUEUE command performs different functions when used with certain qualifiers as follows: STOP Qualifier(s) Function /QUEUE/ABORT Aborts a job that is printing or processing on an output queue, deletes it from the queue, and begins processing the first pending job in the queue. /QUEUE/ENTRY Aborts one or more jobs that are executing on a batch queue or printing on an output queue, deletes them from the queue, and begins processing the first pending job in the queue. /QUEUE/MANAGER Stops the queue manager throughout the /CLUSTER OpenVMS Cluster. /QUEUE/NEXT Stops the specified queue after all executing jobs have completed processing. /QUEUE/REQUEUE Stops the current jobs on the specified queue and requeues them for later processing. /QUEUE/RESET Abruptly stops the queue and returns control to the system. /QUEUES/ON_NODE Stops all queues on the specified node. Format STOP/QUEUE queue-name[:] 3 Parameter queue-name[:] Specifies the name of the queue that you want to pause. 3 Examples 1.$ STOP/QUEUE LPA0 The STOP/QUEUE command in this example suspends the current print job in the queue LPA0 and places that queue in the paused state. 2.$ STOP/QUEUE JADE_PRINT $ START/QUEUE/TOP_OF_FILE JADE_PRINT The STOP/QUEUE command in this example suspends the job that is currently printing on the printer queue JADE_PRINT and places that queue in the paused state. The START/QUEUE command releases the queue from the paused state. The /TOP_OF_FILE qualifier causes the job that was suspended to resume printing at the beginning of the file rather than at where it was interrupted. 3 /ABORT Aborts a job that is printing or processing on an output queue, deletes it from the queue, and begins processing the first pending job in the queue. The /QUEUE qualifier is optional, but the /ABORT qualifier is required. Requires delete (D) access to the current job. Format STOP/QUEUE/ABORT queue-name[:] 4 Parameter queue-name[:] Specifies the name of the queue containing the job you want to abort. 4 Example $ STOP/QUEUE/ABORT LPA0 This example aborts the current print job on the queue LPA0. The print symbiont begins to process the first pending job in the queue. Assuming there is no problem with the printer, the current page of the file completes printing. If the printer queue has been set up to put trailer pages at the end of jobs, a trailer page is printed after the current page is completed. For batch queues an entry number must be provided. To abort a batch job use the STOP/QUEUE/ENTRY command. 3 /ENTRY Aborts one or more jobs that are executing on a batch queue or printing on an output queue, deletes them from the queue, and begins processing the first pending job in the queue. The /QUEUE qualifier is optional, but the /ENTRY qualifier is required. Requires delete (D) access to the specified job. Format STOP/QUEUE/ENTRY=(entry-number[,...]) [queue-name[:]] 4 Parameters entry-number[,...] Specifies the entry number (or a list of entry numbers) of jobs to be deleted. If you specify only one entry number, you can omit the parentheses. If you do not specify a queue name, you can delete entries from multiple queues. The system assigns a unique entry number to each queued print or batch job in the system. By default, the PRINT and SUBMIT commands display the entry number when they successfully queue a job for processing. These commands also create or update the local symbol $ENTRY to reflect the entry number of the most recently queued job. To find a job's entry number, enter the SHOW ENTRY or the SHOW QUEUE command. queue-name[:] Specifies the name of the queue that contains the jobs that you want to abort. The queue name can refer either to the queue to which the job was submitted or to the queue where the job is executing. The queue-name parameter is optional syntax. However, when you specify a queue name, the OpenVMS system uses it to verify an entry in the specific queue before stopping and deleting the entry. 4 Example $ STOP/QUEUE/ENTRY=365 SYS$BATCH The STOP/QUEUE/ENTRY command in this example aborts batch job number 365 currently executing on the SYS$BATCH queue and begins the first pending job in the queue. 3 /MANAGER 4 /CLUSTER Shuts down the queue manager on a standalone node or an OpenVMS Cluster. The /QUEUE qualifier is optional, but the /MANAGER and /CLUSTER qualifiers are required on both standalone and clustered systems. By default, the command affects the default queue manager, SYS$QUEUE_MANAGER. Specify the /NAME_OF_MANAGER qualifier to shut down a queue manager other than the default. Requires OPER (operator) and SYSNAM (system logical name) privileges. The STOP/QUEUE/MANAGER/CLUSTER command notifies the queue manager to perform the following on the standalone node or on all nodes in the cluster: o Aborts all current jobs that cannot be restarted, and requeues all current restartable jobs o Stops all execution queues o Disables autostart on all nodes o Closes all queue database files Once the STOP/QUEUE/MANAGER/CLUSTER command is entered, the queue manager process remains stopped, and requests to the queuing system are denied until the DCL command START/QUEUE/MANAGER is entered. Format STOP/QUEUE/MANAGER/CLUSTER 5 Qualifier /NAME_OF_MANAGER /NAME_OF_MANAGER=name Specifies the name of the queue manager process to be stopped. If the /NAME_OF_MANAGER qualifier is omitted, the default queue manager name SYS$QUEUE_MANAGER is used. For more information, see the the chapter about the queue manager in the OpenVMS System Manager's Manual. 5 Example $ STOP/QUEUE/MANAGER/CLUSTER The STOP/QUEUE/MANAGER/CLUSTER command in this example stops the queue manager process, SYS$QUEUE_MANAGER. The process remains stopped and requests to SYS$QUEUE_MANAGER will be denied until the START/QUEUE/MANAGER command is entered. This command stops the default queue manager SYS$QUEUE_MANAGER because the /NAME_OF_MANAGER qualifier is not specified. 3 /NEXT Stops the specified queue after all executing jobs have completed processing. No new jobs are initiated. For autostart queues, also marks the queue as inactive for autostart. The /QUEUE qualifier is optional, but you must specify the /NEXT qualifier. Requires manage (M) access to the queue. Format STOP/QUEUE/NEXT queue-name[:] 4 Parameter queue-name[:] Specifies the name of the queue that you want to stop. 4 Examples 1.$ STOP/QUEUE/NEXT LASER_PRINT In this example, the STOP/QUEUE/NEXT command prepares to stop the queue LASER_PRINT. The currently printing job is allowed to complete, but no new job is allowed to initiate. Once the current job has finished, the queue is stopped. If LASER_PRINT is an autostart queue, it will not be automatically started until you enter the START/QUEUE command. 2.$ STOP/QUEUE/NEXT BATCH_1 $ SHOW QUEUE/ALL BATCH_1 Batch queue BATCH_1, stopped, on JADE:: $ DELETE/QUEUE BATCH_1 This example shows how to delete the batch queue BATCH_1. First, the STOP/QUEUE/NEXT command is entered, which stops the queue after jobs currently executing on the queue are completed. Second, the SHOW QUEUE/ALL command is entered to ensure that no jobs are pending in the queue. The screen display shows that no jobs are pending. Finally, the DELETE /QUEUE command is entered to delete the queue BATCH_1. 3 /REQUEUE Stops the current jobs on the specified queue and requeues them for later processing. The queue does not stop; processing of the first pending job in the queue begins. The /QUEUE qualifier is optional, but the /REQUEUE qualifier is required. The /ENTRY qualifier is required to requeue batch jobs. Requires delete (D) access to the current or specified job. Format STOP/QUEUE/REQUEUE[=queue-name] queue-name[:] STOP/QUEUE/REQUEUE[=queue-name] /ENTRY=(entry-number[,...]) queue-name[:] 4 Parameters queue-name[:] Specifies the name of the queue that contains the jobs that you want to stop. When you specify a queue name as a parameter for the /REQUEUE qualifier, the jobs are requeued to that queue. Otherwise, the jobs are requeued in the current queue. entry-number[,...] Specifies the entry number (or a list of entry numbers) of the jobs you want to requeue. If you specify only one entry number, you can omit the parentheses. The system assigns a unique entry number to each queued print or batch job in the system. By default, the PRINT and SUBMIT commands display the entry number when they successfully queue a job for processing. These commands also create or update the local symbol $ENTRY to reflect the entry number of the most recently queued job. To find a job's entry number, enter the SHOW ENTRY or SHOW QUEUE command. 4 Qualifiers /ENTRY /ENTRY=(entry-number[,...]) Specifies the entry number of one or more jobs you want to abort. If you specify only one entry number, you can omit the parentheses. The system assigns a unique entry number to each queued print or batch job in the system. By default, the PRINT and SUBMIT commands display the entry number when they successfully queue a job for processing. These commands also create or update the local symbol $ENTRY to reflect the entry number of the most recently queued job. To find a job's entry number, enter the SHOW ENTRY or the SHOW QUEUE command. You must use the /ENTRY qualifier when you enter the STOP/QUEUE/REQUEUE command for a batch queue. Entry numbers specified must match entry numbers of executing jobs. /HOLD Places the aborted job or jobs in a hold state for later release with the SET ENTRY/RELEASE or SET ENTRY/NOHOLD command. /PRIORITY /PRIORITY=n Requires OPER (operator) or ALTPRI (alter privilege) privilege to raise the priority value above the value of the system parameter MAXQUEPRI. Changes the priority of the requeued job or jobs. The parameter n can be from 0 to 255; the default value of the n parameter is the same as the priority value that the job or jobs had when they were stopped. Generally, the /PRIORITY qualifier is used to lower the priority of a job or jobs, which ensures that the job or jobs runs when the queue contains no other jobs. No privilege is needed to set the priority lower than the MAXQUEPRI value. /REQUEUE /REQUEUE=[queue-name] Specifies a queue where current jobs are to be requeued. If you do not specify the queue-name parameter, the jobs are requeued in the current queue. 4 Examples 1.$ STOP/QUEUE/REQUEUE=LPB0 LPA0 In this example, the current print job on queue LPA0 is stopped and requeued to queue LPB0. If the print symbiont sent checkpoint information about the print job to the job controller, printing resumes on LPB0 at the last checkpoint recorded. 2.$ STOP/QUEUE/REQUEUE/HOLD LPA0 . . . $ SET ENTRY 254/RELEASE In this example, the current print job on LPA0 is suspended and placed in the hold state. Later, when you enter the SET ENTRY command with the /RELEASE qualifier, the job is released from the hold state and is rescheduled to print on queue LPA0. If the print symbiont sent checkpoint information about the print job to the job controller, printing resumes at the last checkpoint. 3.$ STOP/QUEUE/REQUEUE/ENTRY=758 SYS$BATCH In this example, batch job number 758 is stopped and requeued for later processing on SYS$BATCH. If the batch job has been programmed with appropriate SET RESTART_VALUE commands, those portions of the job that have completed successfully are not rerun. 3 /RESET Abruptly stops the queue and returns control to the system. Any jobs that cannot be restarted are aborted immediately. For autostart queues, also marks the queue as inactive for autostart. The /QUEUE qualifier is optional, but you must specify the /RESET qualifier. Requires manage (M) access to the queue. Format STOP/QUEUE/RESET queue-name[:] 4 Parameter queue-name[:] Specifies the name of the queue you want to reset. 4 Examples 1.$ INITIALIZE/QUEUE/AUTOSTART_ON=MYNODE::LPAO/START LPA0 $ENABLE AUTOSTART/QUEUES/ON_NODE=MYNODE . . . $STOP/QUEUE/RESET LPA0 $START/QUEUE LPA0 THE INITIALIZE/QUEUE command in this example creates an autostart output queue named LPA0. The /START qualifier activates the queue for autostart, and the ENABLE AUTOSTART /QUEUES command causes the queue to begin executing. Suppose the printer LPA0:: runs out of paper. The STOP/QUEUE /RESET command abruptly stops the queue LPA0. The current print job stops immediately and is requeued. The STOP/QUEUE/RESET command also makes the queue inactive for autostart, so it will not be restarted while the printer's paper is being resupplied. After the printer is loaded with paper, the START/QUEUE command makes the queue active for autostart and allows the queue manager to automatically start it again. 2.$ STOP/QUEUE/RESET TEXBATCH The STOP/QUEUE/RESET command in this example stops the batch queue TEXBATCH. Any current jobs that were submitted with the /RESTART qualifier are requeued for processing when the queue is restarted. Users might want to resubmit current jobs that were not originally submitted with the /RESTART qualifier. 2 /QUEUES 3 /ON_NODE Stops all queues on the specified node. This command is useful if you want to stop a set of queues on a node with a single command (for example, before shutting down a node), but do not want to stop a queue manager throughout an OpenVMS Cluster. The /QUEUES qualifier is optional, but the /ON_NODE qualifier is required. Requires OPER (operator) privilege. Format STOP/QUEUES/ON_NODE[=node] 4 Description The STOP/QUEUES/ON_NODE command notifies the queue manager to perform the following tasks: o Abort all current jobs that cannot be restarted (in all of that queue manager's execution queues on the appropriate node), and requeue all current restartable jobs. o Stop all of that queue manager's execution queues on the appropriate node. Force any of that queue manager's autostart queues on the node to fail over to the next available node in the queue's failover list (if any) on which autostart is enabled. o Prevent any of that queue manager's autostart queues from failing over to the node. By default, this command affects the node from which it is entered. Specify a nodename with the /ON_NODE qualifier to stop queues on a different node. By default, the command affects autostart queues managed by the default queue manager, SYS$QUEUE_MANAGER. Specify the /NAME_ OF_MANAGER qualifier to disable autostart of a different queue manager's autostart queues (on the node). The STOP/QUEUES/ON_NODE command affects all autostart and nonautostart execution queues on the appropriate node that are managed by the queue manager. Autostart queues stopped as a result of this command remain active for autostart and will be restarted when the ENABLE AUTOSTART command is entered for the affected node or a node to which the queue can fail over. Nonautostart queues stopped as a result of this command must each be started with a START/QUEUE command specifying the queue name. If you are using autostart queues, you might want to enter the DISABLE AUTOSTART/QUEUES command. For more information on the relationship between DISABLE AUTOSTART/QUEUES and STOP/QUEUES /ON_NODE, see the section on stopping queues before shutting down a system in the chapter about queues in the OpenVMS System Manager's Manual. The STOP/QUEUES/ON_NODE command is included in the shutdown command procedure SYS$SYSTEM:SHUTDOWN.COM. If you shut down a node without using SHUTDOWN.COM, you might want to enter the STOP /QUEUES/ON_NODE command first. For more information on stopping queues before shutting down a node, see the chapter about queues in the OpenVMS System Manager's Manual. 4 Qualifier /NAME_OF_MANAGER /NAME_OF_MANAGER=name Specifies the name of the queue manager controlling the queues you want to stop. If the /NAME_OF_MANAGER qualifier is omitted, then the default queue manager name SYS$QUEUE_MANAGER is used. For more information on multiple queue managers, see the chapter about the queue manager in the OpenVMS System Manager's Manual. 4 Examples 1.$ STOP/QUEUES/ON_NODE The STOP/QUEUES/ON_NODE command in this example stops all queues on the node from which it is entered. The autostart feature is disabled on this node for all autostart queues. However, the queue manager process continues to run and schedules jobs as requested for execution on its unstopped queues on other nodes in the OpenVMS Cluster. This command only affects queues managed by the default queue manager SYS$QUEUE_MANAGER because the /NAME_OF_MANAGER qualifier is not specified. 2.$INITIALIZE/QUEUE- _$/AUTOSTART_ON=(JADE::,RUBY::,OPAL::)/BATCH/START BATCH_1 $ENABLE AUTOSTART/QUEUES/ON_NODE=JADE $ENABLE AUTOSTART/QUEUES/ON_NODE=RUBY . . . $ STOP/QUEUES/ON_NODE=JADE $ SHOW QUEUE BATCH_1 Batch queue BATCH_1, idle, on RUBY:: The INITIALIZE/QUEUE command in this example creates the autostart queue BATCH_1 capable of running on node JADE, RUBY, or OPAL. The /START qualifier activates the queue for autostart. The first ENABLE AUTOSTART/QUEUES command enables autostart of all autostart queues on node JADE, causing the queue BATCH_1 to begin processing on that node. The second ENABLE AUTOSTART/QUEUES command enables autostart for all autostart queues on node RUBY. Later, suppose node JADE needs to be removed from the cluster. The STOP/QUEUES/ON_NODE command in the example stops all queues on node JADE without stopping the clusterwide queue manager, and causes the autostart queue BATCH_1 to failover to node RUBY, the next available node in its failover list. Because the STOP QUEUES/ON_NODE command disables autostart, the ENABLE AUTOSTART/QUEUES command must be executed on node JADE when it reboots for autostart queues to run on that node in the future. This command only affects queues managed by the default queue manager SYS$QUEUE_MANAGER because the /NAME_OF_MANAGER qualifier is not specified. 2 /ZONE Removes a zone from a running VAXft system. For more information on the STOP/ZONE command, see VAXft systems documentation. Applies only to the VAXft system. Requires CMKRNL (change mode to kernel) privilege. Format STOP/ZONE zone-id

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