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Joined: Jun 15, 2002
Jul 03, 2002 22:59:00
Hi, right now my server can only be stopped by control c. should i have a graceful shutdown or maybe even have a gui for the server?
Joined: May 01, 2002
Jul 04, 2002 05:46:00
You don't need a server GUI or a graceful shutdown, but many people on this forum (including me) have implemented them. I think it's a good idea to give clients a chance to finish with their existing database locks before the server stops.
Joined: Jun 28, 2002
Jul 04, 2002 09:23:00
I am also providing a server with a GUI. It is not required based on the instructions, but I like the idea of a controlled server shutdown and the GUI is a nice way to do it.
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Jul 04, 2002 11:13:00
Dean had one and look at his score.
I also had one.
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