Striim 4.0.4 documentation


STOP <namespace>.<application name>;

Stops a running application and, if recovery is enabled, writes recovery checkpoints. If recovery is enabled and  the application was not dropped after it was stopped, recoverable sources will restart from the point immediately after the last written events (see Recovering applications). If recovery is not enabled, any data currently being processed will be lost.

The Stop command is also available when an application is in the Starting state. This can be useful when an application is stuck in the Starting state and you want to stop and debug it rather than waiting for it to time out and revert to the Deployed state.