From: John Fano <jrf1nc@vi...> - 2005-08-07 11:34:55
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I am using coLinux as an email server for the two domains that I own.
It is running on my XP box at my house as a service. I have telnet
setup so that I don't have to be at my house to make a change if needed.
But my problem is that if for any reason I would need to reboot the VM,
there is no way to get it back up and running with out manually
restarting the service. Are there any mechanisms already built into
coLinux that will actually restart the service as if the VM was really
I am currently using the 30 day demo of FireDaemon to monitor the
service and restart it if it stops. This allows me to use the reboot
command in a telnet session and FireDaemon then restarts the service.
It's a great program, but I really don't want to pay the 30 bucks for
this program if there is something already built in to coLinux, or a
free utility to do the same thing. If there isn't, this may be a good
feature for future versions, if it's even possible.
North Canton City Schools
"Any people, nation, or
language that speaks anything
against the God of Shadrach,
Meshach, and Abednego shall be
torn limb from limb, and their
houses laid in ruins, for there
is no other god who is able to
rescue in this way."
- Daniel 3:29
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From: George P Boutwell <george.boutwell@gm...> - 2005-08-08 14:52:58
On 8/7/05, John Fano <jrf1nc@...> wrote:
> restarting the service. Are there any mechanisms already built into
> coLinux that will actually restart the service as if the VM was really
coLinux VM rebooting is implemented in the devel branch and won't be
implemented in the current 'stable' branch... You can try running the
devel branch version and/or wait until the devel branch goes stable.