Page created: 15 Jul 2022 |
Page updated: 20 Dec 2022
The server provides an option for administrators to set a maximum time for a shutdown process to take.
Use the dsconfig tool to configure the maximum shutdown time to allow database operations to complete.
To increase the maximum shutdown time for your system, choose from one of the
- Run the dsconfig tool. Note:
The following command increases the maximum shutdown time from 5 minutes to 6 minutes. The command allows time values of w (weeks), d (days), h (hours), m (minutes), s (seconds), ms (milliseconds).
Include the LDAP or LDAPS connection parameters, such as host name, port, bindDN, and bindDN password, with the dsconfig command.
$ bin/dsconfig set-global-configuration-prop --set "maximum-shutdown-time:6 m"
- Change the
maximum-shutdown-timeproperty using the dsconfig tool in interactive mode. From the main menu, select Global Configuration, and then select the option to display advanced properties.
- Run the dsconfig tool.