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Windows Service stopping

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I have a windows service that stops, but in the control panel/services it
says that it is running. When I try to stop it, it times out, and just says
'stopping' as its state. I have to kill it by killing the process of via
task manager.

The windows service logs heaps of events to the event log, and I am
wondering if this could be the problem.

Is there a concept of a log file being full, and if so, would this cuase a
problem for my service, if it is trying to write to a full log ?
Nov 20 '05 #1
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