[Mono-list] mod_mono, have to restart the server from mono-ctrl panel?
jim at helvector.com
Wed Jul 19 09:24:12 EDT 2006
just a thought, probably nothing to do with your issue, but i found
this the other day
i had some problems with changes not showing when modifying
code behind files directly over a smb share because the clock on
my laptop was ahead of the server time
i was running the server as a virtual machine, which i had suspended,
so its clock was about 4 hours behind when i brought it back up, and
hadn't sorted itself out yet.
on forcing the clock to catch up everything came good
From: Jesse Guardiani
Sent: Wed 19/07/2006 14:13
To: Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] mod_mono,have to restart the server
from mono-ctrl panel?
Gonzalo Paniagua Javier wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-07-17 at 13:20 -0400, Jesse Guardiani wrote:
>> I'm running mono 1.1.13 on RHEL3. I'm just learning
>> NET, so I'm just playing around with everything at
>> this point. I managed to get mod_mono to run xsp2 so
>> I can run ASP.NET 2.0 server wide (the parts that are
>> supported anyway, like codebehind).
>> One thing I noticed today while writing some C#
>> codebehind on the mono server from Visual Studio using
>> a Samba share was that I had to restart the xsp process
>> from the mod_mono control panel in order to see my
>> It's a bit inconvenient, and might cause problems in a
>> production environment. Is that normal?
> If that happens when replacing an existing assembly, it's
because of a
> bug (already filed and being worked on) in the runtime.
It's not a compiled assembly. It's just an .aspx or .cs file.
But when it's called again from the browser the changes aren't
shown until the mod-mono-server process is restarted.
So that behavior isn't normal?
Could it have anything to do with the fact that I'm running
jesse at guardiani.us
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