[mapguide-users] MapGuide Server *dies* when system goes onstand-by

Ryan Northcott rnorthcott at gmail.com
Tue Dec 18 10:32:39 EST 2007

You could write a small start-up Application that checks the service
periodically, and if it has stopped, restart the service.

It's a work-around, but it saves you actually having to be physically at the
computer when it comes out of stand-by

On Dec 18, 2007 10:27 AM, Jason Birch <Jason.Birch at nanaimo.ca> wrote:

> It's annoying, and it probably qualifies for a ticket.  I would be
> surprised if there wasn't one already, as I've heard a few developers
> complaining about it.  It's unlikely to be a high-priority to fix though, as
> it doesn't affect production servers and there's a nice long list of issues
> that do...
> Jason
> ________________________________
> From: uXuf
> Subject: Re: [mapguide-users] MapGuide Server *dies* when system goes
> onstand-by
> 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?
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