Stopping the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier Server
After the RADIUS daemon is installed, it stops and starts automatically each time you shut down or restart the server. If you modify the settings in the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier configuration files, you may need to restart the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier server manually before the server recognizes its new settings.
If the SBR Carrier server is part of a Session State Register cluster, do not use this procedure.
You can stop the RADIUS daemon on a Solaris server at any time by issuing the following commands:
When you execute the sbrd stop command, SBR Carrier allows its subsystems to complete outstanding work and release its resources gracefully.
If Steel-Belted Radius Carrier fails to stop after you issue a sbrd stop command, you can use the optional force argument to terminate all subsystems immediately.