davidah wrote:Shutdown of the services has been tricky. The server becomes so unresponsive that it's next to impossible to get at anyhing. I think I'll try leaving the XAMPP control panel running on the desktop all the time. That might give me a better chance of stopping the services.
We regurally run anti-virus scans on the server, but I don't know if it's been defragmented lately. I'll give that a try. I'll also look at what could be hogging RAM. The same programs that run the server, also run on an XP Pro box I use for testing with zero problems ever (and I work the test box over a lot harder than the production server).
The other IT person I work with is putting preasure on this (he's a devout Microsft fan and belives anything that didn't come from Redmond is suspect by default).
If anyone out there has any sucess stories running XAMPP on Windows 2000/2003 setup, I appriciate hearing them. While this woln't fix my technical problem, it sure would help with the office politics problem .
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