i have a question:
We have a replication from a HP-Non-Stop to a LINUX-System (Oracle Database).
If the extract on Non-Stop side is started, the manager on the LINUX side starts ther server-process which writes the trailfile, so it looks like this:
UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD
deboladm 3484 1 0 2013 ? 00:18:57 ./mgr PARAMFILE /ggs/OGG_184.108.40.206.11/dirprm/mgr.prm REPORTFILE /ggs/OGG_220.127.116.11.11/
deboladm 4601 3484 0 2013 ? 00:30:38 ./server -p 1601-1699 -m 1600 -k -l /ggs/OGG_18.104.22.168.11/ggserr.log
Now i want to stop, so I stop all replicats and the manager, then nothing is written into DB.
But the server process, in this example pid 4601 keeps runing till extract is stopped on HP-Non-Stop side.
Do I have a clean possibilty to stop this server process ? Of course, I can kill the process, but i do not like this way
and for the best solution, stopping it on Non-Stop side we have to organize another team to do it.
to stop GG from replicating data completely, you need to stop manager(on both extract/replicat side) and all extract and replicat processes. Once you stop all these processes, replication stops completely.
Server process seems to be monitoring process running on HP-Non-Stop system which needs to be stopped. I would recommend not to kill the process unless and until absolutely needed. Get other team and find out what this server process is doing and then stop it.