Stopping the blueprint designer, cloud discovery service, and engine#
To stop the blueprint designer and its associated services, you must stop the cloud discovery service, the blueprint design server, and the engine Heat services.
Depending on your system configuration, these components might be on different computers. Be sure to stop the cloud discovery service, the blueprint design server, and the engine Heat services on the correct computers.
Stopping the cloud discovery service#
Stop the cloud discovery service.
On version 18.104.22.168 and later, the cloud discovery service is installed along with the blueprint design server.
On Linux™ systems that manage services with the systemd system manager, use the systemctl command:
systemctl stop ibm-cloud-discovery.service
Note: If you started the cloud discovery service with the systemctl command, you must use the systemctl command to stop the cloud discovery service.
On other versions of Linux:
Using the ps command, find the process IDs of the cloud discovery service:
ps aux | grep -i -e "cloud" | grep -v "grep"
For example, the output of the command might look like the following code:
``` root 1218 0.0 1.5 319048 29932 ? Sl Dec08 0:00 /usr/bin/python /usr/bin/cloud-discovery-service
Using the kill command, stop the processes. For example:
- Using the Task Manager program, find the cloud-discovery-service process.
- Right-click the cloud-discovery-service process and click End task.
Stopping the blueprint design server#
Stop the blueprint design server:
Use the server installation directory for
server\_installation\_directory. The default installation directory is /opt/ibm-ucd-patterns on Linux and C:\Program Files\ibm-ucd-patterns on Windows. By default, the command looks like this code:
Stopping the engine Heat services#
Stop the Heat services.
Run the following commands:
systemctl stop openstack-heat-engine.service
systemctl stop openstack-heat-api.service
systemctl stop openstack-heat-api-cfn.service
systemctl stop openstack-heat-api-cloudwatch.service
If you installed a Keystone server when you installed the engine, stop it.
Run the following command:
systemctl stop openstack-keystone.service