8.3. Stopping a Remote Container

Using the stop script

You can stop a remote container without starting up Red Hat JBoss Fuse on your local host by running the stop(.bat) script from the local InstallDir/bin directory.

Example 8.9. stop Script Syntax

stop [ -a port ] { -h hostname } { -u username } { -p password }

-a port
The SSH port of the remote instance. Defaults to 8101.
-h hostname
The hostname of the machine that the remote instance is running on.
-u username
The username used to connect to the remote instance. Use valid JAAS login credentials that have admin privileges
-p password
The password used to connect to the remote instance.

Using the fabric:container-stop console command

If your containers are deployed in a fabric, you can stop any container in the fabric using the fabric:container-stop command. For example, to shut down the container called child1, you would enter the following console command:
JBossFuse:karaf@root> fabric:container-stop child1

Using the remote console

If you have connected to a remote console using the ssh:ssh command, the fabric:container-connect command, or the remote client, you can stop the remote instance using the osgi:shutdown command.
Note
Pressing Ctrl+D in a remote console simply closes the remote connection and returns you to the local shell.