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From Don <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Remote reboot?
Date Sat, 20 Dec 2003 03:26:30 GMT
On Fri, 2003-12-19 at 19:18, Brian Dessent wrote:
> Jason wrote:
> > Is there a way to remote reboot an apache server?  I'm using Apache 2.x
> > on winxp which shouldn't make any difference.  I use my server on a
> > non-monitor box (access everything over the network/intranet) and would
> > like to be able to remotely reboot/restart apache without having to
> > physically be at the apache box.
> You could install sshd and then ssh into the box remotely and issue the
> 'shutdown -r now' command, just as with unix.  Cygwin is one (free) way
> to accomplish this, I'm sure there are others.  I'm pretty sure MS's
> terminal services provides something similar, but I think MS only
> includes it with the server versions of its OSs.

Holy Moly! You don't need to reboot the entire machine just to restart
the Apache server..... just restart the Apache server by itself....
service httpd restart


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