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Updated:October 20, 2017
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This document describes the need of doing a normal shutdown of the Call Server when it is in partial mode.
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Call Server goes to partial state when the Peripheral Interface Manager (PIM) goes down. When a graceful shutdown is performed in the partial state the, in (OAMP) Call Server status shows as Up when actual Call server state is Stopped.
When a graceful shutdown is performed on a Call Server in partial state, it cannot perform the usual task of shutting down PIM and other services as it is already down and it goes to stopped state. However, Call Server Windows service still shows running.
When the Call Server is in partial service, administrator should always do a normal shutdown instead of graceful shutdown.