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Subj:   Programatically executing an Abort Session
 
From:   McBride, Michael

This may be a stupid question, but I have not found away to script an abort session command either from within a windows application (using CLI) or from unix (ksh) such as using a cnsterm fucntion from within a shell script. If anyone knows how to do this, I would appreciate the info! It seems obvious that if PMON can execute an abort session by clicking on a button, then it must be using a CLI function that could be scripted from PERL or some such language as well.

I certainly know how to use the supervisory console to enter an abort session command manually, but I'm trying to script a job to kick long running queries off the box during our nightly backups....

Any help in this area would be appreciated...

Michael E. McBride
Teradata Certified Master
Teradata Database Administrator
Data Architect and Data Warehouse Practitioner
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