One of the main components of the Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform is the Apache Felix OSGi Container over which the various services and sub-components of the platform are deployed.
The container obviously brings along the great capabilities of OSGi as a dynamic component model, where components (and services) can be remotely installed, started, stopped, updated and uninstalled without requiring a reboot. However, one of the other very cool aspect of the container is the ability to Stop and/or Restart the entire OSGi framework remotely, to help resolve/refresh the installed bundles, their bundle contexts and dependencies, etc.
To do so, you just need to go to the Felix Web Console @ the URL – http://server:port/system/console. Go to the System Information tab, where you will something like this:
Note the Restart and Stop options indicated in green.
The System Information tab is also useful to gather other system related information such as the JVM details, memory consumption (with the ability to perform a forced Garbage Collection), etc.