[mapguide-users] MapGuide Server *dies* when system goes on
yousuf.hassan at gmail.com
Tue Dec 18 09:20:50 EST 2007
Oh okay, I see the fallacy of my statement.
I meant that the service dies when the system goes on stand-by, and when the
system comes out of stand-by, the service is always non-responding. I have
to restart the service through the Services snap-in.
My bad. I think I have explained it in a better way now. Does this qualify
for a ticket?
> Um, that's what Stand-by does,
> it puts your system into a low power non operational mode until you
> Turn off the system stand by, and leave the computer running 24/7.
> you can set the monitor to turn off after a certain period of time to
> burn-in, this is what most people runner servers do.
> On Dec 17, 2007 10:06 AM, uXuf <yousuf.hassan at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Okay here is a bump. I know its not that critical, but still it gives me
>> lot of pain in the backside. Any thoughts of investigating it?
>> uXuf wrote:
>> > Hi all,
>> > I don't know if this would help anyone in any way but just thought
>> > mentioning it here. I am running MGOS 1.1 on Windows XP with Apache.
>> > server runs on my HP notebook, and the Service dies down whenever my
>> > system goes on stand-by. I *always* have to restart the service through
>> > the Services snap-in to make it work again. Apache throws an "Internal
>> > Server Error".
>> > I know production servers do not typically run on notebooks, but then
>> > again, it's a potential bug. Anybody else experiencing this?
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