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From Johan Sjöberg <johan.sjob...@avaintec.com>
Subject Re: Would a shutdown script be useful?
Date Sat, 07 Sep 2002 09:17:10 GMT


David W. wrote:
> Currently you can tell Phoenix to shutdown by sending an interrupt signal in
> whatever way your operating system supports.  A shutdown script isn't really
> necessary.  Some users might find it more comfortable, though.  After all,
> that 'JVM has been abnormally terminated' message doesn't quite leave a warm
> fuzzy feeling -- but that's another topic.

Have you tried the new phoenix.sh script? You need to check out a recent 
version of phoenix to get it.

http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/jakarta-avalon-phoenix/src/script/phoenix.sh

If you use Windows you can also use the Java Service Wrapper. See 
BUILDING.txt for instructions about how to build phoenix with that.

Cheers,

//
Johan


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