[THIN] Re: OT: OT: What's the biggest problem you deal with?

Joe,=20

Is it possible somehow to unload, reload and register the files/DLLs in =
a
patch, i.e. execute the new versions without actually rebooting?



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Of Joe Shonk
Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2004 10:37 AM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: OT: OT: What's the biggest problem you deal with?


Did you not install the MS04-004 and MS04-007 hotfixes?  To keep a W2K
Server properly patches most certainly requires a reboot.  That is the =
=3D
issue I'm facing now, how to patch 400 servers without having to reboot.

Joe

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=3D
Behalf Of Corn=3DE9 Bogaarts
Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2004 4:35 AM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: OT: OT: What's the biggest problem you deal with?

Windows 2000 doesn't need a reboot (neither Server, nor Professional),
however the applications do. And since you're running 'client apps' like =
=3D
MS Office, etc. on a=3D20 server, you have to reboot the server. That's =
the
main difference =3D between a Win2K TS and Win2K on almost any other =
server.

Most developers simply assume they're programming for a PC that is =3D
shutdown every night, so why should they bother about memory-leaks and
longterm stablity.

My 2 cts.

13-2-2004 20:44:46, "Spencer Sun" <ssun@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

>
>
>
>On a side note, I was wondering how many of you have a reboot schedule=20
>enable on your Metaframe farm.  What OS and the how often you reboot. =20
>=3D
IF
>you stagger the reboots in different parts of the farm, etc.
>
>I've a client who absolutely refuses to schedule reboots on the farm, =
=3D
They
>have Windows 2000 farm and firmly believe that Windows 2000 does NOT
require
>reboots.  I believe that part of the problem is that they do not want=20
>unattended reboots, as they are afraid servers will not come back up.
Seems
>kinda funky to me, but I wanted to get a feel for what the rest of the=20
>communicty is doing.
>
>Thanks
>
>Spencer
>
>


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