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Shut down problem

Windows 2003 server automatically shut down

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If it gives you 60 secs warning , abort the shutdown by ---- shutdown /a---- command....and check for any servivice termination from administrative tools > services... check if all the automatic strted services are running

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Sometime this happens if the system overheats. The CPU fan might not be cooling as it should.

Please check the CPU temperature from the BIOS or using this tool:
http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

Check the CPU manual to know the maximum CPU temperature and compare it to the current temperature.

If it is too high you might want to replace the CPU fan.

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SOURCE: Network and sql serivices failed during startup windows 2003 server os

Check all this----------


1-check the services (stop the service & start the service from the services)
2-check the firwall setting.
3-check the n/w card
4-Remoove the unwanted s/w
5-check pc for the viruses

I think this activity help you.

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I did not understand fully why you set the service to manul?
If you must have it manual then you have to find some workaaround solution .
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1. create script that run as scheduale task every x minutes the script will check if oracle instance is down and if is down and no backup running at the moment will restart it .
2. whenever instance is down the schedule task that check if instance is up or not will send you some kind of alert (email, SMS) and you will decide if you want to bring the db back up .

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Shut down services


If you are using Windows XP, follow these steps.

Open your Control Panel, click "Performance and Maintenance", and then go to "Administrative Tools". Go to "Local Security Policy".

Under 'Security Settings' -> 'Local Policies' -> 'Security Options', find "Shutdown: Allow System to be shut down without having to log on" and enable it.

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Network and sql serivices failed during startup windows 2003 server os


Check all this----------


1-check the services (stop the service & start the service from the services)
2-check the firwall setting.
3-check the n/w card
4-Remoove the unwanted s/w
5-check pc for the viruses

I think this activity help you.

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Abnormal Shutdown of windows 2003 standard


y cuse its sharing isssas to 1st off way to maby boots 2 max os on hard drive unless u want to fail soon do all your updates

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