lkstop [-n] [-f] [-r]
This script shuts down LifeKeeper on the system, if it is currently running. LifeKeeper will automatically restart at system boot.
The table below describes the actions taken by LifeKeeper when each lkstop option is entered:
|lkstop||Resources in service are removed from service and are NOT switched over to a backup server.|
|lkstop -n||Same as lkstop with no options specified.|
|lkstop -f||Resources in service do not get removed from service.|
|lkstop -r||Same as -f.|
The LifeKeeper services can also be stopped using the Services tool under Administrative Tasks in the Windows Control Panel.
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