Starting And Stopping SQL Server From The Command Line

Marek Masko shows us how to start and stop SQL Server instances in Windows and Linux from the command line:

On Linux, we don’t have yet named instances, so all commands are executed against default instance. SQL Server can be managed using thesystemctl command.

To check the current state of SQL Server instance you can run this command:

  • sudo systemctl status mssql-server

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