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EDR: How to Restart Server Services

EDR: How to Restart Server Services


  • EDR (Formerly CB Response) Server: All Versions


How to restart EDR on a clustered or standalone server.


 These commands must be run as the root user or with sudo privileges




On a stand alone EDR Server, you can either restart the services from a single command or manually stop and start the services.

  • Restart
sudo /usr/share/cb/cbservice cb-enterprise restart
  • Start and Stop
  1. Stop services
    sudo /usr/share/cb/cbservice cb-enterprise stop
  2. Confirm services are stopped
    1. ps -ef | grep cb
    2. If anything is returned, kill the processes
      • killall -KILL -u cb
  3. Start services
    sudo /usr/share/cb/cbservice cb-enterprise start


On a clustered environment you must stop and start the services using the following commands on the Primary Server only.

  1. Stop the cluster
    sudo /usr/share/cb/cbcluster stop
  2. Confirm the cluster is stopped
    1. Run the following on each node of the cluster
      • ps -ef | grep cb
    2. If anything is returned, kill the hanging processes
      • killall -KILL -u cb
  3. Start the EDR Server
    sudo /usr/share/cb/cbcluster start

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