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Starting and Stopping Zing Memory

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This page describes how to start and stop Zing Memory with Azul Zulu Prime Builds of OpenJDK (Azul Zulu Prime JVM).

Starting Zing Memory

To start Zing Memory:

  1. Login to your system as root.

  2. Ensure there are no running processes using Zing Memory, type:

     $ zing-ps 
  3. On the Azul Zulu Prime JVM system, at the system prompt or through scripts, as root, execute the command:

    • For RHEL, SLES, or Ubuntu:

       # service zing-memory start 

      If you receive an error indicating the service does not exist, run the following command.

    • For RHEL, SLES:

       # /etc/init.d/zing-memory start 
    • For Ubuntu:

       # initctl start zing-memory 

Stopping Zing Memory

To stop Zing Memory:

  1. Login to your system as root.

  2. Ensure there are no running processes using Zing Memory, type:

     $ zing-ps 
  3. On the Azul Zulu Prime JVM system, at the system prompt or through scripts, as root, execute the command:

    • For RHEL, SLES, or Ubuntu:

       # service zing-memory stop