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Starting the CUBRID Service

Configure environment variables and language, and then start the CUBRID service. For more information on configuring environment variables and language, see Registering Services or Starting and Stopping Services.

Shell Command

The following shell command can be used to start the CUBRID service and the demodb included in the installation package.

% cubrid service start

 

@ cubrid master start

++ cubrid master start: success

@ cubrid broker start

++ cubrid broker start: success

@ cubrid manager server start

++ cubrid manager server start: success

 

% cubrid server start demodb

@ cubrid server start: demodb

 

This may take a long time depending on the amount of recovery works to do.

 

CUBRID 2008 R4.0

 

++ cubrid server start: success

 

@ cubrid server status

Server demodb (rel 8.3, pid 31322)

CUBRIDService or CUBRID Service Tray

On the Windows environment, you can start or stop a service as follows:

  • Go to [Control Panel] > [Performance and Maintenance] > [Administrator Tools] > [Services] and select the CUBRIDService to start or stop the service.
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  • In the system tray, right-click the CUBRID Service Tray. To start CUBRID, select [Service Start]; to stop it, select [Service Stop]. If you click [Exit] while CUBRID is running, all the services and process in the server are stopped.
  • manager_execute_server_tray.png

Note An administrator level (SYSTEM) authorization is required to start/stop CUBRID processes through the CUBRID Service tray; a login level user authorization is required to start/stop them with shell commands. If you cannot control the CUBRID processes on the Windows Vista or later version environment, select [Execute as an administrator (A)] in the [Start] > [All Programs] > [Accessories] > Command Prompt]) or execute it by using the CUBRID Service Tray. When all processes of CUBRID Server stops, an icon on the CUBRID Service tray turns out red.