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comment Windows 2003 service: disable message “the memory could not be written”
It's an apache service running php.
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comment Windows 2003 service: disable message “the memory could not be written”
It's an apache service running php. Probably some bad combination of php + a faulty extension. Anyway, that would probably belong to stackoverflow, not here. I just wanted to know if there was something I could do from outside when services go bad, and like it seems there's nothing I can do, I'll probably accept this answer.
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comment Windows 2003 service: disable message “the memory could not be written”
I'm not saying that the OS is at fault at code level, but at design level. What purpose serves a sign with an "Ok" button that no one is ever going to see? Wouldn't it be better if I as an admin could choose what to do, like just logging to disk and restarting the service? That would actually be useful.
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comment Windows 2003 service: disable message “the memory could not be written”
Thanks for the info. So this means that Windows Server expects someone to be next to the machine and click "ok". Even if the service is completely at fault I would expect more of server OS.
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revised How to configure windows apache service to restart without WER on error?
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comment How to configure windows apache service to restart without WER on error?
Thanks, that's useful for now. I'll keep this question posted anyway, since it is slightly different, and hopefully there will be a better solution for services.
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asked How to configure windows apache service to restart without WER on error?