Regardless of the operating system, 3 simple commands will help you manage your CUBRID database service.
Important! On Linux, make sure that the user that owns the $CUBRID installation folder (such as /opt/cubrid for example) is the same one that runs the cubrid commands. You can connect as that user using "sudo su -s $SHELL cubrid" (assuming the user that owns /opt/cubrid is named cubrid).
1. To start the service, run command:
cubrid service start
2. To stop the service, run the command:
cubrid service stop
3. To restart the service, run the command:
cubrid service restart
You can also start/stop/restart only the manager or broker by replacing "service" with "manager" or "broker" in the above commands.
4. In order to start/stop/restart a given database, you must run:
cubrid server start demodb
demodb in the above example is the database name. Replace "start" with "stop" or "restart" according to your desired action.