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Stop a Data Migration Task

You can use the stop-task command to stop a data migration task. For differences between stop-task and pause-task, refer to Pause a Data Migration Task.

help stop-task
stop a specified task Usage: dmctl stop-task [-s source ...] <task-name | task-file> [flags] Flags: -h, --help help for stop-task Global Flags: -s, --source strings MySQL Source ID

Usage example

stop-task [-s "mysql-replica-01"] task-name

Flags description

  • -s: (Optional) Specifies the MySQL source where the subtasks of the migration task (that you want to stop) run. If it is set, only subtasks on the specified MySQL source are stopped.
  • task-name | task-file: (Required) Specifies the task name or task file path.

Returned results

stop-task test
{ "op": "Stop", "result": true, "msg": "", "sources": [ { "result": true, "msg": "", "source": "mysql-replica-01", "worker": "worker1" } ] }

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