The Question is:
It is possible to perform a machine restart over a remote TCPIP connection.
I have tried attempted to shutdown the system using @sys$system:shutdown and the
shutdown node function in sysmgr. In both cases it aborts the shutdown process
once TCPIP services is shutdown. Also tried submitting the sysmgr shutdown node
command as a ba tch job, with little success.
Any help is appreciated
The Answer is :
Yes, this is possible.
You will need an environment that is not stopped as part of the shutdown
process -- processing in batch and network processes tends to be halted.
Create a detached job ("other" mode) running DCL for this purpose.
Where you have your specific commands located in the specified DCL
command procedure -- invoke @SYS$SYSTEM:SHUTDOWN with the required
parameter(s) in that procedure.