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From "Naima Djouhri (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Created] (ATLAS-238) the Atlas server won’t restart after unproper shutdown
Date Fri, 16 Oct 2015 22:24:05 GMT
Naima Djouhri created ATLAS-238:

             Summary: the Atlas server won’t restart after  unproper shutdown
                 Key: ATLAS-238
             Project: Atlas
          Issue Type: Bug
    Affects Versions: 0.6-incubating
            Reporter: Naima Djouhri
            Priority: Minor

Steps to reproduce
1.	Open a Windows/terminal/shell and start the Atlas server with “” script

2.	Log in to your Atlas server http://localhost:21000/ to make sure that you can connect
3.	 Close the Windows/terminal/shell where the Atlas server process started –step1 
Or just kill the process - the process id can be found in a file called “” in
the logs directory (this file is created by the “” script
4.	Try to login to your Atlas server again and a “Unable to connect” message will pop
5.	From a command prompt Windows/ Terminal/Shell start the server ( 
6.	A message “ already exists, exiting” will pop up in the screen and the server
will not start

Expected Result
The server should start since it has been shut down
The server can not start

If the server is stopped using “”  , the server restart after running ""
with no issue.
Since the server has not been stopped with “”  that kill the 
process, and delete the “” file, the script “” will not start
the server.
The turnaround is to delete the “” file in the logs directory but it is not always
obvious, and user friendly!!

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