On 08/30/00(18:34) you "Adam Chang" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
| I am running delegate on win2000 and using "dg6_1_17 -P8080 +=set.txt"
| command to start it as a service and it works.
| But when I using "dg6_1_17 -Fkill -hup -P8080 +=set.txt" command to restart
| the service,I get the error message
| "/Program Files/DeleGate/act/pid/8080": kill(2044,SIGTERM) = -1 (0) ** ERROR**
I think process identification and signaling control are so limited
and diversed on Windows/XX, thus I feel supporting such control for
DeleGate on Windows will not be so successful.
| How can I solve it?
Since you seem to running your DeleGate as a "service" on Windows/NT2K,
just entering the command to start it, that is
> dg6_1_17 -P8080 +=set.txt
in your case, will stop and delete the existing service interactivelly
before create and start a new service.
> delegated -P8080 +=/tmp/rc1
DeleGate/6.1.18 (September 6, 2000)
AIST Research Product No. 1994-ETL-8715-1
Copyright (c) 1994-2000 Yutaka Sato
Copyright (c) 1994-2000 Electrotechnical Laboratory (ETL), AIST, MITI
Trying to start as a service [DeleGate Server -P8080] ...
* The service `DeleGate Server -P8080' exists. Delete it ? [y] / n :
OK. STOPped the previous service.
OK. DELETEd the previous service.
Create a new service ? [y] / n :
OK. The service is created successfully.
OK. Parameters are saved in registory:
OK. Environments are saved in registory:
OK. The service started successfully.
Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://www.etl.go.jp/~ysato/ @ @
Computer Science Division, Electrotechnical Laboratory ( - )
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