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Subj:   Diff between tpareset and restart tpa
 
From:   Nancy Shen

Hi! It seemed there are many ways to restart a Teradata Server on Windows 2000 platform.

I have found the following ways:

1) From Teradata Database Window, supvr window, one can issue "restart tpa

2) From ...\LPDE\bin directory, one can issue "tpareset -f [comment]" to restart the server at command line.

3) (V2R5 demo installation) From Teradata Service Control, one can stop then restart Teradata server.


And the previous crash append by Aniruddha Mitra mentioned a multitool which can also be used to restart the server.

Could someone explain what are the differences between all these different methods? Like some are more graceful than the other? Is one more harmful than the other? Thank you!

(We have noticd that method (1) produced a network trace that show server simply gone, without a graceful shutdown (FIN).)


Regards, Nancy



     
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