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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 13368] - IIS prevents Apache from starting (missing -w option, workaround provided)
Date Mon, 27 Jan 2003 20:06:23 GMT
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IIS prevents Apache from starting (missing -w option, workaround provided)





------- Additional Comments From john@corniel.com  2003-01-27 20:06 -------
Gentlemen, I would like to add my situation with running Apache 2.0 and IIS 5.0
on the same computer.

Backgroud:
I have a W2KPro setup with IIS 5.0 and Apache 2.0 installed.  I had problems
with installation because IIS was holding on to 0.0.0.0 when Apache was trying
to bind to it.
I stopped IIS and reinstalled, everything ok.
Since it is a Windows machine, I let IIS start automatically on boot up and
Apache on Manual.

The Problem:
I would like to switch when I need to between IIS and Apache. I would normally
do this by stopping one service and starting the other. I know this is odd to
some but I am lazy and an elementary developer. I am sure there is a better way.
Anywho, when I go to the Windows 'Services' window Apache is stopping but gets
"frozen" and then in few seconds, it will completely reboot my computer.

This is big pain and I am not sure why this happens.

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