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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 16251] - Computer reboots when stopping server
Date Tue, 21 Jan 2003 07:23:43 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From wrowe@apache.org  2003-01-21 07:23 -------

  Apache.exe should be running twice (a parent 'watchdog' process that assures
  the server remainins running in case of some fault, and a child 'worker'
  process that serves requests.)  You will note that the child consumes many
  more resources than the parent.

  ApacheMonitor.exe may be running if you have the monitor running in the
  taskbar, displaying the status of the running apache process.

  You mention both SP2 and SP3 'trash' your system.  If the system is that
  unstable, there is possibly no help we can provide.

  Finally, you mention you can't 'stop' apache, and it reboots your machine 
  when you attempt to stop it.  How are you stopping apache?  Is it running
  as a service, or as a console application?

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