nitin.agarwal at timesgroup.com
Mon Oct 28 10:59:01 EST 2002
I dont think so.. because problem is not coming in service. In the service
manager control box, rsync service is running, but problem comes only once i
log off from the server. And as i mentioned in previous mails, the rsync.exe
process is also terminated after i log off. This may be something to do with
version... (i m using 2.1.1 and Bart told me that he is having no problems
with version 2.5.5)
Further i studied the problem, and concluded that this kind of problem always
comes when the application is not using any Console event handler (via
SetConsoleCtrlHandler) to ignore CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT event.
This problem could have been addressed in further releases.
Thanks and Regards
Max Bowsher wrote:
> Nitin Agarwal <nitin.agarwal at timesgroup.com> wrote:
> > Hi!!!!
> > I have used the rsync.exe (precompiled binary) from the net.
> > I installed rsync as service in Windows NT server using SRVANY and
> > INSTSRV.
> I don't know whether it makes any difference or not, but if your rsync.exe
> is Cygwin-based (and it must be, because there is no native Windows port),
> then using Cygwin's own service tool (cygrunsrv) is probably a good idea.
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