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Restarting Syncrify

There are several methods you can use to restart Syncrify Service on your local machine.

Admin Console

  • Log into Syncrify Server's web console using the admin account.
  • Click the Restart link under the Quick Links menu on the right hand side of the page.

  • Windows Services

  • Navigate to Windows Services:
  • Locate and click the service name: Syncrify, then click the Restart link.

  • Command Line

  • Run a Command Prompt window as Administrator.
  • Type the following command to STOP the Syncrify Service: net stop syncrify
  • Similarly, type the following command to START the Syncrify Service: net start syncrify

  • OS X Terminal

  • Open a Terminal window
  • Type the following command: telnet localhost 52110

     Enter command or h for help>h
     status -       Displays status of the server
     jobs -         Displays job status on the server 
     rsj -          Remove stale jobs
     gc -           Run garbage collector
     terminate -    Terminate server
     runtasks -     Run scheduled tasks
     quit -         Exit this client
     h -            Display help
     Enter command or h for help>terminate
     Syncrify terminating...
  • After the Syncrify service has been terminated, (assuming Syncrify is installed in the Applications folder) navigate to the following directory using Terminal:
     cd /Applications/ 
  • Type the following command to start Syncrify:

    Linux Terminal

  • Open a Terminal window.

  • To Restart, type the following command: /etc/init.d/syncrify restart

  • To Stop, type the following command: /etc/init.d/syncrify stop
  • To Start, type the following command: /etc/init.d/syncrify Start