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server-termination-grace-period

Duration after which all server instance processes are forcibly terminated

Syntax

--server-termination-grace-period hr:min:sec.fractSec

Description

server-termination-grace-period hr:min:sec.fractSec specifies the time interval after which all running server and worker processes are forcibly terminated on receipt of the mps-stop command, if they have not already stopped within hr:min:sec.fractSec.

If you specify the --timeout option when running the mps-stop command and have also set the server-termination-grace-period hr:min:sec property, server instance processes are forcibly terminated at hr:min:sec.

If you specify the both the -k and --timeout options when running the mps-stop command and have also set the server-termination-grace-period hr:min:sec property, server instance processes are forcibly terminated within the duration specified by the --timeout value.

Parameters

hr

Hours.

min

Minutes.

sec

Seconds.

fractSec

Fractional seconds.

Examples

Forcibly terminate server instance processes after 1 hour, 29 minutes, and 5 seconds.

--server-termination-grace-period 1:29:05

Forcibly terminate server instance processes after 10 minutes and 250 ms.

--server-termination-grace-period 00:10:00.25

See Also

Introduced in R2020a