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From "Dwayne Miller" <dmil...@espgroup.net>
Subject Re: 2.0.31 on Windows as service
Date Tue, 05 Feb 2002 19:45:28 GMT


William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:

>From: "Dwayne Miller" <dmiller@espgroup.net>
>Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 1:09 PM
>
>
>>>Dwayne...
>>>
>>> what CPU is your box on [staring on hunches here] ... speed?
>>>
>>It's a laptop with an 850 Mhz Pentium.  Actual id is
>>x86 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 6 GenuineIntel
>>
>>More info than you need??   :)
>>
>
>No.  I think the failures are related to the performance of the CPU - I think
>we've overtaken the Kernel.
>
>>> Was this a soft restart apache -k restart or a hard restart?
>>>
>>I just clicked on the restart computer option on the shutdown menu.  I 
>>did not gracefully stop the apache service first.
>>
>
>Yup.  If you use Mark's procexp program from sysinterals.com you will see you
>have no apPID_shutdown event.  That Event is critical for shutdown, the rest
>of the errors you see follow from that missing bit.
>
The apPID_shutdown event is what comes out of an apache -k restart or 
apache -k shutdown?  What does Windows service manager do to stop a 
service...yank the rug out from under it?

Since my error occurred on startup (I believe),  why does the improper 
shutdown of Apache influence it's startup?

>
>>> I suspect the apr_file_stdfoo_open stuff could trounce the mpm's own
>>>pipe channel.  I'll research in a bit.
>>>
>
>I'm actually getting this running under some SoftIce to see what falls out.
>
>Bill
>



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