V‑Blaze service commands
Service commands enable a system administrator to control the state of services, such as starting and stopping V‑Blaze. The following sections detail V‑Blaze service commands in CentOS 7.
Performance status and statistics
Use the following commands to check the status of V‑Blaze services:
sudo systemctl status vociserver sudo systemctl status vociwebapi
Use the following command to view detailed system information:
sudo systemctl sysinfo vociserver
Use the following command to view detailed ASR engine statistics:
sudo systemctl stats vociserver
Use the following command to view available audio-independent parameters:
sudo systemctl params vociserver
Start Service Commands
Use the following commands to start V‑Blaze services:
sudo systemctl start vociserver sudo systemctl start vociwebapi
Stop Service Commands
Use the following commands to stop V‑Blaze services:
sudo systemctl stop vociserver sudo systemctl stop vociwebapi
vociwebapi service will wait 60 seconds for active streams to complete. The
endpoint is blocked during the 60 second wait period. Requests received during this period will receive
503 Service Unavailable as a response. The service stops automatically if active streams can complete before time is up. Refer to the
parameter in V‑Blaze API configuration (optional) for more information on adjusting the time limit.
The vociwebapi service stops as soon as the waiting period ends and existing connections are terminated without a response.
Querying other endpoints during the waiting period, such as
, include an additional
field that indicates the number of seconds remaining before shutdown.
Hard stops can be performed by adding
option to the stop command.
Restart Service Commands
Use the following commands to restart V‑Blaze services:
sudo systemctl restart vociserver sudo systemctl restart vociwebapi