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We need to script the start/stop Goldengate process as part of the ServiceGuard failover

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We need to script the start/stop process as part of the ServiceGuard failover. This will be part of the ServiceGuard failover script
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A few more details would be nice.  

What type of process?  
How is it currently stopped/started?
What Unix/Linux flavour is this running on?
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ServiceGuard is the HP/UX high availability clustering software.
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