> I'm running the postmaster as a service using cygrunsrv and this
> seems to go fine apart from when I reboot it doesn't seem to remove the
> postmaster.pid file, meaning it fails to start automatically after reboot.
> Stoping and starting the service manually work fine. Anyone else had this
> problem or any pointers where to look (don't know much about NT services).
I have the same problem using Windows 2000, but I have the impression
that no signal will be sent to the postmaster on reboot or shutdown.
When I am stopping the service manually with 'net stop ...', a shutdown
message will be written.
Does Windows 2000 stops all services explicitely or will the processes
be stopped only?
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