[Mongrel] Mongrel Service won't start on windows

Matthew McKnight matt.mcknight at gmail.com
Fri Mar 30 11:13:43 EDT 2007

Luis, here's what we're seeing in servicefb.log under c:\ruby\bin

_initialize() constructor
_initialize() constructor done
ServiceProcess(new_name) done
ServiceHost() done
_add_to_references() done
ServiceHost.Add() done
CurrentPID: 3400
ParentPID: 584
Parent Name: <unknown>
ServiceController.RunMode() done
ServiceHost() destructor
ServiceHost() destructor done
ServiceProcess() destructor
ServiceProcess() destructor done
_terminate() destructor
_terminate() destructor done

On 3/29/07, Luis Lavena <luislavena at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/30/07, Matthew McKnight <matt.mcknight at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Has anyone had much luck with using the srvany.exe approach with
> > mongrel? I see some scattered references to it in the archives...
> > We've used it for Java processes, but they generally don't stop
> > gracefully with srvany.
> Matthew.
> One question I have, also raised in previous mails in this list, where
> is your ruby.exe located?
> Please see the bug post here [1] and my previous mail with Kaushik [2]
> srvany is the oposite mongrel_service tries to do: stop gracefully the
> service.
> That way is the same like send kill -9 to your process in linux, they
> will stop, but nasty things could happen.
> I'll apply the patch provided by David Esposito and pack a release in
> the next days with proper handling of logging capabilities.
> [1]
> http://rubyforge.org/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=8372&group_id=1306&atid=5147
> [2] http://rubyforge.org/pipermail/mongrel-users/2007-March/003370.html
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