In IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment Version 8.5.5, Liberty profile has introduced the Liberty collective feature. Refer to information about collectives in the IBM WebSphere Application Server Version 8.5.5 information center for more specifics.
The stopServer.groovy sample demonstrates how to call the ServerCommands MBean from a Groovy script to stop a collective server.
- The ServerCommands MBean operation used:
The stopServer sample script demonstrates how to stop a collective member server with the given member host name, usr directory and member name. A connection is made to the collective controller located at the given host and https port, and the request to stop the member server is passed to the ServerCommands MBean.
Note that the server host name and collective controller host name do not need to be the same.
Server commands require remote execution and access (RXA). Before running this sample script, ensure each target system is configured for remote access. For more information on the remote execution and access requirements and setup, refer to Requirements for using Remote Execution and Access (RXA) in the information center.
This sample can be installed onto runtime version 18.104.22.168.
--serverName The name of the member server to stop. --serverHost The host name where the collective member is installed. --serverUsrdir The usr directory where the collective member is installed. --truststore The path to the truststore to be used when establishing a connection to the collective controller. --truststorePassword The password for the truststore specified by the --truststore parameter. --host The host name where the collective controller is running. --port The https port where the collective controller is listening. --user The user name to use when connecting to the collective controller. --password The password to use when connecting to the collective controller.
--help Displays help text.
Sample use and resulting messages
groovy stopServer.groovy –serverName=member1 –serverHost=host.com –serverUsrdir=C:\wlp\usr –truststore=C:\wlp\usr\servers\controller1\resources\security\trust.jks –truststorePassword=tsPassword –host=host.com –port=9443 –user=admin –password=password
Connecting to the server…
Successfully connected to the server "host.com:9443"
Server started successfully
>> groovy stopServer.groovy --serverName=member1 --serverHost=host.com --serverUsrdir=C:\wlp\usr --truststore=C:\wlp\usr\servers\controller1\resources\security\trust.jks --truststorePassword=tsPassword --host=host.com --port=9443 --user=admin --password=password Connecting to the server... Successfully connected to the server "host.com:9443" Server stopped successfully
The following additional sample scripts provide shared code which is used by this sample: