On Dec 4, 2003, at 8:14 AM, Antonios Christofides wrote:
> Hi, newbie here. Sorry if I'm missing some obvious faq; no success
> I deleted a file in the directory of a test context, and the log reads:
> *** The file
> /usr/local/Webware-0.8.1/WebKit/mytest/SecureCountVisits.py is no
> longer accessible. The server is restarting now.
> ThreadedAppServer: Shutting Down
> Stopping AutoReload Monitor
> Shutting down the AppServer
> Application is Shutting Down
> Application has been succesfully shutdown.
> AppServer has been shutdown
> Exiting AppServer
> The server claimed it would restart, whereas it actually shut down.
> Could this be a bug? Or have I not understood something? The same
> happens when I change Application.config: I get a message saying
> something like Application.config has changed, the server is
> but I have to start it after that. (Webware 0.8.1 on a Debian 3.0
> running kernel 2.4.18 and Apache 1.3.26, using mod_webkit).
The auto-restarter exits the application with a magic error code (3).
The AppServer shell script checks for this error code, and if it gets
it then it restarts the server. I don't think the webkit init.d script
checks for this code (nor does the NTService starter).
> By the way, great docs! Great docs!
Ian Bicking | ianb@... | http://blog.ianbicking.org