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stop Command

Stop one or more running background instances of Enclave launched with the 'start' command.

Usage

enclave stop [--profile <VALUE>]
             [--verbosity|-v <VALUE>]
             [--all]

Parameters

Name Short Name Description
profile Each Enclave requires a profile. A profile is the name of an Enclave network, and refers to a configuration file that contains settings and certificate of each Enclave network. Multiple Enclave instances can run simultaneously on a single system, each with its own profile, settings, network and connections.
verbosity v If specified, overrides the level of log verbosity defined in an Enclave Profile. 0 is the lowest level, no log output, and 5 is the highest which includes a hexadecimal dump of each packet passing through the fabric. Value range 0 to 5. If set to -1, the verbosity will be determined by the Profile configuration. (Use with caution)
all Used to stop all the profiles.

profile Parameter

Each Enclave requires a profile. A profile is the name of an Enclave network, and refers to a configuration file that contains settings and certificate of each Enclave network. Multiple Enclave instances can run simultaneously on a single system, each with its own profile, settings, network and connections.

Name: profile
Position: Named parameter
Required: No
Default value: None

verbosity Parameter

If specified, overrides the level of log verbosity defined in an Enclave Profile. 0 is the lowest level, no log output, and 5 is the highest which includes a hexadecimal dump of each packet passing through the fabric. Value range 0 to 5. If set to -1, the verbosity will be determined by the Profile configuration. (Use with caution)

Name: verbosity
Short name: v
Position: Named parameter
Required: No
Default value: -1

all Parameter

Used to stop all the profiles.

Name: all
Position: None (Switch Parameter)
Required: No (Switch Parameter)
Default value: false

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