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Old 09-16-2011, 03:08 AM   #1
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Default ioFTPd Service and Windows Hybernation

I´v switched my Windows OS from Vista 32bit for Win7 32bit. I somehow wanted to start using energy saving hybernate function os the OS.

Installed ioFTPd as service, everything runs as it should. Now, Windows goes down for hybernation, i woke it up, wanted to connect to FTPd service and found out that is dead. The solution was to entering service manager and re-start it up again.

Um ... yes .... nooo .... this is not right? - correct?
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Old 09-16-2011, 07:56 AM   #2
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Actually, that's expected behavior. ioFTPD notices that it's timing loop which detects lockups and such hasn't run in a long time (you hibernated it!) and it suicides thinking it got stuck. As a re-startable service it should auto-restart and under a debugger I've set it to not do that, but for the moment I'm not sure there's a simple work-around, but I'll get a solution for you...
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