Stops, starts or restarts the server process for some script

This command can be used to start, stop or restart the server process behind some script, such as one using Node.js. It takes the usual --domain parameter to identify the server, and either --id followed by the install ID, or --type followed by the script’s short name. The latter option is more convenient, but only works if there is only one instance of the script in the virtual server. If multiple different versions are installed, you can also use --version to select a specific one to manage.

The action to take on the chosen script must be specified with exactly one of the --start , --stop or --restart flags.

Command line help

virtualmin start-stop-script --domain
                            [--type name --version number] |
                            [--id number]
                             --start | --stop | --restart