2.4. Shutting Down the Containers

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Shutting down the containers

Because the child containers run in their own JVMs, they do not automatically stop when you shut down the root container. To shut down a container and its children, first stop its children using the fabric:container-stop command. For example, to shut down the current fabric completely, enter these console commands:
JBossFuse:karaf@root> fabric:container-stop child
JBossFuse:karaf@root> shutdown -f
After you restart the root container, you must explicitly restart the children using the fabric:container-start console command.
For instructions for shutting down a fabric that has more than one ensemble, see Chapter 5, Shutting Down a Fabric.
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