Stop and start a server to perform maintenance or to apply changes to server settings. You can perform this action as a two-step process (stop and start) or as a single restart process.
You can stop and start a server from
SAP Control Center for servers that are installed on the
same host as SAP Control Center, as well as servers that are
installed on different hosts.
Note If someone manually shuts the
server down, this action triggers multiple errors in
SAP Control Center
SAP Mobile Server until the console determines that the server is
no longer available. This takes approximately 30 seconds to detect. When this
occurs you might see multiple Runtime API throws
exception errors logged. Wait for the server to come online and log
into the server again to resume your administration work.
Note SAP Control Center requires at least one
Application Server node running to work properly. If all Application Server
nodes are stopped, the SAP Control Center
console tree will be collapsed automatically and the following error message
will display: The cluster is unavailable because of no
running primary server found.
Note You cannot start a Scale-out node from SAP Control Center. If you stop a Scale-out node,
you must start it manually.