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SSH

Restarting and Stopping sshd2

Under USS, restart the server by executing the following command:

> /opt/tectia/etc/init.d/sshd2 restart

Under MVS, when you are running the server as a started task, restart it with the following command:

== > s sshd2,f=restart

User address spaces that were running before the stop will continue to run. Any changes to the configuration or keys will take effect when the daemon is restarted and when new user connections are established.

Under USS, if you want just to stop the server (without restarting it), you can use the following command:

> /opt/tectia/etc/init.d/sshd2 stop

Under MVS, when you are running the server as a started task, you can stop it with the following command:

== > s sshd2,f=stop

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