TCL.SHUTDOWN Verb: Access/TCL

TCL.SHUTDOWN

Command TCL.SHUTDOWN Verb: Access/TCL
Applicable release versions: AP
Category TCL (746)
Description initiates an orderly system shutdown sequence and should be executed before turning off or rebooting any Pick system.

Any user logged on is logged off, all process work spaces are released, all printers are stopped, all phantom jobs are logged off, and all updated memory frames are written to disk. The system is shut down.

On AP 6.1 and later, the macro "user-shutdown" on the 'dm' account is executed, if it exists. This macro should contain any user-defined procedure to be run at shutdown time (application cleanup, network shutdown, etc...).

"Do you wish to continue (Y/N/0)?" is displayed, the "0" option is to check if this process is running on port zero before continuing. "Y" continues the shutdown, "N" stops the shutdown.
Syntax
Options f Invokes a :files at the end
Example
shutdown
Shutting down "pick:pick0"
Do you wish to continue (Y/N/0)?

"pick:pick0" is the name of the virtual machine.  This is only 
displayed on Unix implementations.

y - continue shutdown
n - back to Pick.
0 - shutdown only if line 0
Purpose
Related tcl.:shutdown
ue.001f
ue.60ba
dos.pickstop
tcl.:files
user-shutdown
tcl.power-off