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Problem in stopping WebSphere

 
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Hi,
I'm facing problem while stopping WebSphere 4.0.
It displays the following error message.
"The diagnostic host name was read as "localhost"
The diagnostic port was read as "7000"
Issuing command to stop server
A connection could not be made to perform the requested operation
This ususally indicates that the target server is stopped
This may indicate that thw wrong diagnostic port was used
The stop server command failed"
Has somebody encountered this error? If so, how do we resolve this?
TIA,
Nijeesh
 
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I have never encounter a similar problem. I feel the application server has been stopped and you are trying to stop a stopped application server. Anyway find the thread of that application server and kill -9 threadNumber will do the job.
ps -ef | grep WebSphere or /usr/ucb/ps -auxww | grep WebSphere will give you more information.
 
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