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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: [DAEMON] Procrun Java mode usage
Date Sat, 20 Mar 2010 07:26:41 GMT

From: "sebb" <>
Sent: Friday, March 19, 2010 3:57 PM
To: "Commons Developers List" <>
Subject: [DAEMON] Procrun Java mode usage

> I've got a sample "jvm" mode service running OK, and am now trying to
> understand how Procrun handles the "Java" mode.
> The "start" function works fine, but "stop" does not. I'm not sure if
> that's because of a bug in the service code (I'm using
> or a feature / bug in prunsrv.
> Process explorer shows that the "start" function creates the procrun
> process with a java.exe process. OK so far. However "stop" takes a
> long time, and ends up with the prunsrv process disappearing, leaving
> the java.exe process still running. It has to be killed manually.
> How is Java "stop" supposed to work?

Java "stop" launches another instance of java.exe that is supposed to 
communicate with the running started service and tell it to stop.  The 
example that you are running doesn't support any kind of RPC, so what you 
are seeing is expected.

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