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How do I stop the JVM?

From: Dave Harris <scorp@btinternet.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Feb 1998 9:14 +0000 (GMT Standard Time)
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
CC: brangdon@cix.co.uk
Message-Id: <memo.19980209091453.36153A@btinternet.com>
Newbie question...

If I run /Admin/Exit, the server itself stops and won't accept any more
requests, which is good. But the JVM under which the server was running
doesn't terminate. I have to switch to the DOS box manually and hit ^C to
get rid of it.

I'm using Jigsaw 1.0beta2, under Win95. I am not normally connected to a
network and don't have a DNS. I run the server by starting a DOS box and
  "C:\Program Files\JavaSoft\Jdk1.1.5\Bin\Java" w3c.jigsaw.Main -root
"C:\program files\Jigsaw\Jigsaw" -host

(all on one line). This runs the current JVM, and the server and seems to
be fine - it runs my Java servlets quite nicely. When I use the servlets are destroyed and I get:
    http-server: done.

in the DOS box, so presumably the server has stopped alright but the JVM
itself doesn't exit. There is no C: prompt in the DOS box. Apart from the
hassle of typing ^C manually, I'm worried that it kill the JVM abruptly
and, eg, it won't run any outstanding finalizers.

Sorry for troubling the list with what must be an elementary question. I
have looked through the documentation, and also through the archives of
this list but I can't see any mention of it.

   Dave Harris, Swansea, UK   | "Weave a circle round him thrice,
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Received on Monday, 9 February 1998 04:15:48 UTC

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