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From "Jeff White" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Shutting down Apache 2.0.48
Date Wed, 19 Nov 2003 20:06:02 GMT

From: "BARBERA Florian (CIMPA)"

> I'm working on a professionnal application

In what computer language?

> that needs to launch Apache on
> different windows platforms (98, NT, 2000, XP).
> On the documentation I see that I should be able
> to stop Apache using Apache -k shutdown in console
> mode. But it does not work... And I do not have to use
> Apache as a service because og Win 98.

Windows Scripting should do this.


> Does someone have a solution to fix it, knowing
> that i cannot send a Control C signal to my process...

On Windows 9X one will need to
kill all the Apache processes and the
command line (command prompt or window process that
started the Apache Windows web server.

Try these:


Creating and Terminating Processes

Create process*

Kill process*&btnG=Google+Search

Terminate Process*&btnG=Google+Search


Using PsKill*&btnG=Google+Search

If the Windows OS is Window9x or Windows
NT 4.0, one might need to (re)install the WMI
core. All the other Windows OS versions already
have WMI installed.

WMI CORE 1.5 for Windows 95/98

WMI CORE 1.5 for Windows NT 4.0


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