On Mon, Sep 23, 2002 at 08:48:27AM -0500, Andy Burnett wrote:
> I came in this morning to find my vanilla (2.9pl7) server in a very
> strange state.  Clients can connect, however after that they just seem to
> "hang" - never drawing the galactic, and having bogus numbers for stats
> (107 ETemp, for example).  No matter what I do to the server, nothing
> seems to reset it - killing and restarting the daemon, running
> tools/setgalaxy, etc.  Nothing has changed in the . config files since I
> initally set up the server, so I don't know what could have caused this.
> Is there a way to "reset" the server without rebooting the machine?

Kill each of the ntserv processes.  One minute later the daemon will
exit.  Never kill -9, or a memory segment will be left around.

Depending on your operating system, 'ipcs' may show you a shared memory
segment to be deleted with 'iprm'.

James Cameron    mailto:quozl at us.netrek.org     http://quozl.netrek.org/