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cygrunsrv doesn't stop service during reboot
- From: Frank Fesevur <ffes at users dot sourceforge dot net>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 11:56:07 +0100
- Subject: cygrunsrv doesn't stop service during reboot
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I have a annoying problem with rsyncd running as a service using
cygsunsrv. When I reboot the server running Win2008R2 the service is
not properly stopped. Therefore the .pid file stays in /var/run and
when the server starts again, the rsync daemon not started because it
finds a .pid file.
When I manually stop the service (net stop rsyncd) it works as
expected. We don't have this problem on our Win2003 server. The
cygrunsrv command is the same on both servers: cygrunsrv -I rsyncd -d
"CYGWIN rsyncd" -f "Rsync file transfer daemon" -p /bin/rsync.exe -a
"--daemon --no-detach" -O
The reboot is done with a schedule task running the windows native
shutdown command: "shutdown -r -f -t 0"
Do I overlook something? Are other people having similar problem with
cygrunsrv with win2008R2? Do you need more information? If so, how can
I use cygcheck with a service?
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