Zoomdata Version

Verifying that the Zoomdata Server Restarts Properly

If you restarted the Zoomdata Server using the sudo service zoomdata restart command but still experience issues, you can take the following actions to verify that the Zoomdata Server successfully restarted.

To verify, you can take the following steps:

  1. Check the Zoomdata running time
  2. Stop the Zoomdata Server and then check whether the service is still running
    Optional: check whether the ports for Zoomdata are still available

Checking the Zoomdata running time can be done in one of two ways:

Option 1 :

Run the following CURL command:

curl -u admin:MYPASSSWD --insecure -X ‘GET' http://:/zoomdata/service/system/info

Option 2 :

  • Obtain the Zoomdata Process ID (PID) information by running:
ps aux
grep zoomdata
  • Then check the running time of the PID by running:
ps -p [your_zoomdata_PID] -o etime=
  • Next, stop the Zoomdata Server:
sudo service zoomdata stop
  • Check whether the Zoomdata Server is still running:
ps aux
grep zoomdata
  • Optional: Check whether the ports for Zoomdata are still available:
netstat -anp
grep 8080
  • If you discover that the Zoomdata Server is still running, you will need to force stop the Server by running:
kill [your_zoomdata_PID]

NOTE : If this command does not successfully terminate Zoomdata, you can enter the following command line:

kill -9 [your_zoomdata_PID]

For additional information about the Linux kill command, please refer to the appropriate Linux documentation or the following Linux/Unix Command: ps/kill article.

  • After successfully stopping the Zoomdata Server, you can start it up again:
sudo service zoomdata start
  • Check the running time of the Zoomdata PID again:
ps -p [your_zoomdata_PID] -o etime=

The new Zoomdata running time should reflect the time you restarted the Server.