Stopping Resource Manager with remote collector or hub hosts

Stop all daemons on remote Resource Manager collector or hub hosts before stopping them on the master host.
  1. Log in to the Resource Manager master host as zenoss.
  2. Stop the zenwebserver daemon.
    zenwebserver stop
  3. Stop Resource Manager daemons on all collector hosts.
    1. Log in to each collector host as zenoss.
      ssh zenoss@Remote-Collector-Host
    2. Stop all Resource Manager daemons.
      zenoss stop
    3. Check for daemons that are not stopped.
      pgrep -fl ${ZENHOME}
      • If the command returns no result, Resource Manager is stopped.
      • If the command returns a result, stop the remaining daemons.

        pkill -f ${ZENHOME}
  4. Stop Resource Manager daemons on all hub hosts.
    1. Log in to each hub host as zenoss.
      ssh zenoss@Remote-Hub-Host
    2. Stop all Resource Manager daemons.
      zenoss stop
    3. Check for daemons that are not stopped.
      pgrep -fl ${ZENHOME}
      • If the command returns no result, Resource Manager is stopped.
      • If the command returns a result, stop the remaining daemons.

        pkill -f ${ZENHOME}
  5. Stop all Resource Manager daemons on the master host.
    1. Log in to the Resource Manager master host as zenoss.
    2. Stop all Resource Manager daemons.
      zenoss stop
    3. Check for daemons that are not stopped.
      pgrep -fl ${ZENHOME}
      • If the command returns no result, Resource Manager is stopped.
      • If the command returns a result, stop the remaining daemons.

        pkill -f ${ZENHOME}