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From James Wang <James.W...@infor.com>
Subject Commons daemon - stop the service
Date Thu, 31 May 2012 12:37:09 GMT
I need some insights on how procrun shuts down an application. Procrun has a parameter called
"StopTimeout" which Defines the timeout in seconds that procrun waits for service to exit
gracefully. What happens after the timeout period? Doe procrun shut down the JVM?
A more general question is: how do the involved parties interact with one another - JVM, procrun,
and Windows service manager? I have been perplexed by two errors: one says the process ended
unexpectedly. The other says service manager could not get a response from procrun (after
a long wait). In both cases, the event viewer showed errors related to prunsrv.exe. These
errors are more associated with the 32 bit version. AMD64 seems to work a better.
Any suggestions?
Thanks.

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