How to kill a specific instance on Pivotal Cloud Foundry

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I am working on a POC to deploy some application workloads on PCF platform. I want to simulate auto-recovery of my application.

For example, where if one instance running the application goes down, PCF would automatically create another one according to my requirement.

I cannot find any option to manually kill a running instance to generate an artificial failure.

Any help will be appreciated.
Jul 25, 2018 in Other DevOps Questions by Hannah
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Use the following command

cf restart-app-instance

This will issue an API call that terminates the indicated app instance (index numbers start at one).
answered Jul 25, 2018 by Kalgi
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