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Stop Container

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Attack

Stops or kills the Container
Targets:
Containers
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Stop Container

Stops or kills the Container
Attack

Attack

Targets:
Containers
Install now

Stop Container

Attack

Attack

Stops or kills the Container
Targets:
Containers
Install now

Stop Container

Stops or kills the Container
Attack

Attack

Targets:
Containers
Install now
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Introduction

Terminates one or more containers.

Use Cases

  • Terminate a container
  • Check the exit behavior of a container
  • Test the behavior of a container when it recovers from a crash

Parameters

ParameterDescriptionDefault
GracefulShould the container be stopped gracefully using the SIGTERM or immediately killed using the SIGKILLtrue
Statistics
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Tags
Container
Kubernetes
Network
Homepage
hub.steadybit.com/extension/com.steadybit.extension_container
License
MIT
MaintainerSteadybit

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