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Hi,

 

Using Window 2008 R2 64 Bit with UniServer 7.1.12-Orion.

 

 

I m unable to stop - uninstall server. Services still show Mysql and Apache.

 

Regards.

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Do this:

 

UniServer is known for not killing Apache.

 

 

If using Non Services Mode:

 

Click on the task manager and close that 2 Apaches down. They may pop up again, so only proceed when they are no longer up. You can not depend on the Cpanel of UniServer to close or to open Apache.

 

 

If using in Services Mode:

 

Place a shortcut for Windows services on the desktop. Open that up and what to see if Apache is up. The click on and toggle Stop.

 

I would not use UniServer as a Service as services usually take up lots of resources.

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Do this:

 

UniServer is known for not killing Apache.

If using Non Services Mode:

 

Click on the task manager and close that 2 Apaches down. They may pop up again, so only proceed when they are no longer up. You can not depend on the Cpanel of UniServer to close or to open Apache.

If using in Services Mode:

 

Place a shortcut for Windows services on the desktop. Open that up and what to see if Apache is up. The click on and toggle Stop.

 

I would not use UniServer as a Service as services usually take up lots of resources.

 

Thanks for the information. Hopefully this will be fixed in forth coming release.

 

 

In production, you got to use service mode. IMO

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Just tested coral 8.0 ... Issues seems to be fixed with new controller in Xp SP3 32bit ;)

 

I like new UniController :(

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