Starting Up, Shutting Down, and Restarting TORO Integrate
This page will show you how to start up, shutdown, and restart TORO Integrate. We have provided a variety of ways to do these operations:
Using the CLI Script
One of the most common ways to start and stop TORO Integrate is by executing the CLI script that we have provided. You can also pass arguments to the following scripts that can specify how you start TORO Integrate.
- For Windows:
- For Unix or macOS:
|run||Default. Starts TORO Integrate.|
|start||Starts TORO Integrate without outputting the logs in the terminal.|
|debug||Starts TORO Integrate in debug mode.|
|stop||Shutdown TORO Integrate.|
$ <toro-integrate-home>/bin/toro-integrate run
Using the CLI Tool
restart commands are also available in the CLI tool. Take note that in order to use these
commands, the CLI tool needs to be connected to a TORO Integrate instance.
|shutdown||Shuts down the application|
|restart||Restarts the application|
--now argument is required for both commands.
Using the Launcher
If you prefer a GUI, TORO Integrate provides a native launcher for all supported OS. To start/stop/restart TORO Integrate by using the launcher follow the steps below.
Open the executable launcher located at
Once started, the launcher gives you the option to start, restart, or stop TORO Integrate. You can even start TORO Integrate in debug mode by using the checkbox below the buttons.
Using Coder Studio
Shutdown and restart operations are provided in Coder Studio. To shutdown or restart TORO Integrate via Coder Studio follow these steps:
Right click the TORO Integrate instance in Coder Navigator view; this will show the context menu with the actions we can do for the instance.
Using REST Endpoints
TORO Integrate also provides REST endpoints for shutting down and restarting. Send a PUT request to the following endpoints to shutdown/restart TORO Integrate.