Page created: 24 Jul 2019 |
Page updated: 6 Nov 2019
Use the dsconfig tool to increase the maximum shutdown time
for your system. 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).
$ bin/dsconfig set-global-configuration-prop --set "maximum-shutdown-time:6 m"Remember to include the LDAP or LDAPS connection parameters (e.g., host name, port, bindDN and bindDN password) with the dsconfig command.The
maximum-shutdown-timeproperty can also be changed using the dsconfig tool in interactive mode. From the main menu, select Global Configuration, and then select the option to display advanced properties.