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SSH Tectia

Starting and Stopping on Unix

If the server needs to be started, stopped, or restarted manually, the ssh-server-g3 script can be used.

The command has the following syntax:

ssh-server-g3 [command]

The command can be either start, stop, restart, or reload.

start

Start the server.

stop

Stop the server. Existing connections stay open until closed from the client side.

restart

Start a new server process. Existing connections stay open using the old server process. The old process is closed after the last old connection is closed from the client side.

reload

Reload the configuration file. Existing connections stay open.

The path to the ssh-server-g3 script is different on each operating system:

  • On AIX:

    # /opt/tectia/sbin/rc.ssh-server-g3 [command]
    
  • On Linux and Solaris:

    # /etc/init.d/ssh-server-g3 [command]
    
  • On HP-UX:

    # /sbin/init.d/ssh-server-g3 [command]
    


 

 
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