Host system where the lock server is running. If you do not specify lockServerHost, the local lock server is killed.
Suppresses the copyright notice and program title banner. Useful when invoking the tool from another tool or product.
If the lock server is currently servicing active transactions, the lock server refuses to terminate and an error is reported.
You cannot use this tool to kill an in-process lock server. An in-process lock server can only be stopped by the IPLS application that started it. Terminating an IPLS application before it stops its in-process lock server is equivalent to an abnormal lock-server failure, and any incomplete transactions will need recovery.
On Windows, you normally kill a standard lock server from an Objectivity Network Services tool, rather than using ookillls.exe from a command prompt.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012