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AmigaOS 4.0 - About OS4 - Commands

Purpose: To shutdown the network.
Path: C:netshutdown
You can stop the network with the NetShutdown program. It will attempt to perform an immediate shutdown and wait for this process to finish. However, if client software still has other important work to do, it may take longer for the network activity to cease. In that case the network may shut down later on its own accord.

The NetShutdown program needs to be started from shell. It will print a message like this if it succeeds:

Waiting for network to shut down... shutdown finished. By this time the shutdown should be complete, device drivers currently in use will have been closed, etc. Note that all interface configurations and routes you may have added will have been dropped, too.


This may take a minute or two to complete while it tries to shut down the network.

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Revised: February 9, 2006.