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asadmin-reconfig(1AS)						   User Commands					     asadmin-reconfig(1AS)

NAME
asadmin-reconfig, reconfig - applies the changes you have made for a server instance SYNOPSIS
reconfig --user admin_user [--password admin_password] [--host localhost] [--port 4848] [--secure|-s] [--passwordfile filename] [--discard- manualchanges=false] [--keepmanualchanges=false] instance_name This command is deprecated. It allows you to apply changes you have made for a server instance. Use the reconfig command after you've used the set command to change server properties. Any changes you make to the configuration files of the server do not take affect until you apply the changes by running the reconfig command. When --discardmanualchanges is set to true, manual changes made to the server.xml file are discarded. When --keepmanualchanges is set to true, manual changes made to the server.xml file take affect. However if both options are false (both options are not specified), an error message is displayed if manual changes and/or changes have been applied using the Adminis- trator Interface. Use this command with discretion since there is no undo, and the changes applied are made directly to your con- fig/backup/server.xmlfile. OPTIONS
--user administrative user associated for the instance. --password administrative password corresponding to the administrative user. --host host name of the machine hosting the administrative instance. --port administrative port number associated with the administrative host. --passwordfile file containing passwords appropriate for the command (e.g., administrative instance). --secure if true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the administrative instance. --discardmanualchanges defaults to false. When set to true, discards the changes made manually to the server.xml file. --keepmanualchanges defaults to false. When set to true, allows the manual changes made to the server.xml file to take affect. OPERANDS
instance_name name of the instance.. Example 1: Using reconfig asadmin> reconfig --user admin --passwordfile passwords.txt --host localhost --port 4848 server1 Successfully reconfigured Example 2: Using reconfig with the --discardmanualchanges option asadmin> reconfig --user admin --passwordfile passwords.txt --host localhost --port 4848 --discardmanualchanges server1 Instance restart is required Successfully reconfigured Example 3: Using reconfig with the --keepmanualchanges option asadmin> reconfig --user admin --passwordfile passwords.txt --host localhost --port 4848 --keepmanualchanges server1 Instance restart is required Successfully reconfigured EXIT STATUS
0 command executed successfully 1 error in executing the command asadmin-get(1AS), asadmin-set(1AS), asadmin-list(1AS) J2EE 1.4 SDK March 2004 asadmin-reconfig(1AS)

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asadmin-restart-instance(1AS)					   User Commands				     asadmin-restart-instance(1AS)

NAME
asadmin-restart-instance, restart-instance - restarts the specified server instance and all the services associated with it SYNOPSIS
restart-instance [--user admin_user] [--password admin_password] [--host localhost] [--port 4848] [--local=false] [--domain domain_name] [--passwordfile filename] [--secure|-s]instance_name Use the restart-instance to restart the instance with the instance name specified. The restart-instance command can be run both locally and remotely. To restart remotely, the administration server must be running on the hostname and port number specified. The user authenticates using the password identified for the administration server. Additionally, the instance must already exist within the domain served by the administration server, and the instance must be running. The restart-instance command is not supported on Windows. OPTIONS
--user administrative user associated for the instance. --password administrative password corresponding to the administrative user. --host host name of the machine hosting the administrative instance. --port administrative port number associated with the administrative host. --local determines if the command should delegate the request to administrative instance or run locally. --domain name of the domain. --passwordfile file containing passwords appropriate for the command (e.g., administrative instance). --secure if true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the administrative instance. OPERANDS
instance_name name of the instance to be restarted. Example 1: Using restart-instance in local mode asadmin> restart-instance --local --domain domain1 server1 Instance server1 started Where: server1 is the name of the instance restarted on the domain1 domain. Example 2: Using restart-instance in remote mode asadmin> restart-instance --user admin --password adminadmin --host bluestar --port 4848 server1 Instance server1 started Where: server1 is the name of the instance restarted. The restarted instance is associated with the user, password, host, and port number specified. EXIT STATUS
0 command executed successfully 1 error in executing the command INTERFACE EQUIVALENT
Server Instance page asadmin-delete-instance(1AS), asadmin-start-instance(1AS), asadmin-create-instance(1AS), asadmin-stop-instance(1AS), asadmin-start- appserv(1AS), asadmin-stop-appserv(1AS), asadmin-start-domain(1AS), asadmin-stop-domain(1AS) J2EE 1.4 SDK March 2004 asadmin-restart-instance(1AS)
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