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  1. #1
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    Solved How to corectly turn off server

    Hi I would like to ask how to corectly turn off ts3 server?

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    Is it Windows or Linux?

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    Windows of linux? Run as service or foreground application? Do you have direct access to console or not? Etc. etc.

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    I think windows or linux is irrelevant at this point.

    A absolutely clean shut down would be to log into server query. Stop all running virtual servers, give the instance 0 enough time to report to licensing that all virtual servers are down and then stop instance 0. Either by stopping the windows service or kill the process (or the ts3_serverstartscript) on a linux system.

    It still works without the stopping of the virtual servers and only shutting down instance 0, but in that case if you are close to the slot limit of your license you might get a little problem until the accounting server has the old virtual servers timed out.

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    Sending SIGQUIT (WM_QUIT) would (SHOULD) have the same result... You're just overcomplicating it.

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    There is only one command to stop the server, that also does unregister the slots.
    serverprocessstop in our ServerQuery.

    But does not mean, that it must be used in all cases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANR Daemon View Post
    Sending SIGQUIT (WM_QUIT) would (SHOULD) have the same result... You're just overcomplicating it.
    He asked for the clean not the fast shut down.

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    Thanks and yes sorry I forgot to say it's linux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barungar View Post
    He asked for the clean not the fast shut down.
    ...It is clean shutdown. Unless programmers fucked things up.
    Sending QUIT notifies the program that system wants it to be gone, allowing it to perform everything it want to do and shutdown gracefully. Not killing it in the head, like if you drop a SIGKILL on it.
    Last edited by ANR Daemon; February 23rd, 2014 at 10:48 PM.

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    Oh, the world of should and would... it's teamspeak.

    They have IPv6 support, they do clean DNS requests and they perform all needed license clearance if you send sig_quit. Keep dreaming.

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