pg_autoctl_stop - Man Page
pg_autoctl stop — pg_autoctl stop
pg_autoctl stop — signal the pg_autoctl service for it to stop
This commands stops the processes needed to run a monitor node or a keeper node, depending on the configuration file that belongs to the --pgdata option or PGDATA environment variable.
usage: pg_autoctl stop [ --pgdata --fast --immediate ] --pgdata path to data directory --fast fast shutdown mode for the keeper --immediate immediate shutdown mode for the keeper
The pg_autoctl stop commands finds the PID of the running service for the given --pgdata, and if the process is still running, sends a SIGTERM signal to the process.
When pg_autoclt receives a shutdown signal a shutdown sequence is triggered. Depending on the signal received, an operation that has been started (such as a state transition) is either run to completion, stopped as the next opportunity, or stopped immediately even when in the middle of the transition.
Location of the Postgres node being managed locally. Defaults to the environment variable PGDATA. Use --monitor to connect to a monitor from anywhere, rather than the monitor URI used by a local Postgres node managed with pg_autoctl.
Fast Shutdown mode for pg_autoctl. Sends the SIGINT signal to the running service, which is the same as using C-c on an interactive process running as a foreground shell job.
Immediate Shutdown mode for pg_autoctl. Sends the SIGQUIT signal to the running service.
Postgres directory location. Can be used instead of the --pgdata option.
Postgres URI to connect to the monitor node, can be used instead of the --monitor option.
The pg_autoctl command stores its configuration files in the standard place XDG_CONFIG_HOME. See the XDG Base Directory Specification.
The pg_autoctl command stores its internal states files in the standard place XDG_DATA_HOME, which defaults to ~/.local/share. See the XDG Base Directory Specification.
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