There may be situations where you need to stop the primary, mirror, or arbiter server. You can use the Stop Database utility (dbstop) to do this.
You must use a connection to the utility database to stop the server, so it is recommended that you include the -su server option when starting the database server. See Using the utility database.
To use the alternate server name for the database server running the mirror database, you must use the -sm option when starting the database server. See -sm database option.
Issue a dbstop command to stop the database server.
For example, the following command stops a database server named myarbiter:
dbstop -c "UID=DBA;PWD=sql;DBN=utility_db;LINKS=tcpip" myarbiter
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