Provided by: sqlrelay_0.36.4-4ubuntu1_i386
sqlr-stop - kill running SQLRelay daemons
sqlr-stop [-id ID]
sqlr-stop program is provided to simplify the stop process.
The sqlr-stop command is provided to kill running daemons. It accepts a
single argument, the id of the instance to kill. Running it kills
anything with "sqlr-" and that id in it’s name. It uses grep, so it’s
not perfect. If you have id’s like "web" and "webster" and run "sqlr-
stop web" then it will kill both of them. Running it with no arguments
will kill all SQL Relay processes.
This manual page was written by Andreas Tille <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for
the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).