Today (Saturday) We will make some minor tuning adjustments to MySQL.

You may experience 2 up to 10 seconds "glitch time" when we restart MySQL. We expect to make these adjustments around 1AM Eastern Daylight Saving Time (EDT) US.

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SunOS 5.10 - man page for restart (sunos section 1ass)

asadmin-hadbm-restart(1ASS)					   User Commands				       asadmin-hadbm-restart(1ASS)

NAME
asadmin-hadbm-restart, hadbm-restart, restart - restarts the database
SYNOPSIS
restart [--no-rolling] [database_name] Use the restart command to restart the database. Once the database is restarted, the database should return to the previous state. If the database name is specified, the database should exist. If a database is not identified, the default database is restarted. The default database is hadb. In interactive mode, the restart command prompts for a confirmation before restarting the database.
OPTIONS
-g --no-rolling restarts all nodes in HADB at once with possible loss of service.
OPERANDS
database_name name of the database. The default database is hadb. Example 1: Using restart with a database identified hadbm> restart --rolling mydatabase This command will restart the named database. Type "yes" or "y" to confirm this operation, anything else to cancel:y Database successfully restarted
EXIT STATUS
105 database is not running 106 database could not be restarted 107 database could not return to a previous state asadmin-hadbm-status(1ASS), asadmin-hadbm-nodestatus(1ASS), asadmin-hadbm-list(1ASS), asadmin-hadbm-addnodes(1ASS), asadmin-hadbm- clear(1ASS), asadmin-hadbm-refragment(1ASS), asadmin-hadbm-delete(1ASS), asadmin-hadbm-start(1ASS), asadmin-hadbm-stop(1ASS) Sun ONE Application Server 7 Enterprise Edition Early Access 7 March 2003 asadmin-hadbm-restart(1ASS)

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