IIS 6.0 Not starting a website after a Restart of IIS 6.0

IIS 6.0 Not starting a website after a Restart of IIS 6.0

Post by Eric Gorml » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 04:22:03


Hello all

When I click to Restart IIS 6.0, it does not start up my web and ftp site.
They are both stopped.
When I restart the computer they are started.

What gives?

In IIS 5.0 when I restarted IIS service, the websites came back up.

Is this something new? and how can I change that?

Thanks
 
 
 

IIS 6.0 Not starting a website after a Restart of IIS 6.0

Post by Andy Svend » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 04:38:25

Same thing happened to me. I wish I knew what had happened. I do see
somebody tried to load sharepoint on the server, but I can't see any
sharepoint adminstration site. Did anyone try that on the server you are
working on?

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Andy S.

 
 
 

IIS 6.0 Not starting a website after a Restart of IIS 6.0

Post by Eric Gorml » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 04:41:23

Yes
Sharepoint is there. But I disabled it.

I am hosting on a Dell server (1000.00 per month)
they don't answer these kinds of questions.. unless they can send you a bill
for $175.00

I would really love an answer to this riddle.

anyone?
 
 
 

IIS 6.0 Not starting a website after a Restart of IIS 6.0

Post by Andy Svend » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 05:35:03

Got it working! In the end, I knew something was really wrong because the
whole service was missing, looks like the Sharepoint install wiped it out.
Besides the W3SVC key was gone from
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services

You don't have to reinstall everything, and you shouldn't have to reboot.
All you need is the i386 folder. Just uninstall and reinstall the World Web
Service itself and ASP.NET (both are related). Let me know if you need
details.

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IIS 6.0 Not starting a website after a Restart of IIS 6.0

Post by Andy Svend » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 22:05:19

I wish that it was something with the website. I tried the application pool
to no luck. Event logs were completely empty, the website just flat out did
not start.

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Be suspicious of every email attachment, I will never send
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IIS 6.0 Not starting a website after a Restart of IIS 6.0

Post by timco » Wed, 01 Oct 2003 16:30:04

heck the IP, port, and host header. Try changing the port. If it then starts, then there is a port conflict somewhere. Check the app pool that it is using, and
make sure it is started.

Thank you. I hope this information is helpful.

Tim Coffey [MSFT]

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IIS 6.0 Not starting a website after a Restart of IIS 6.0

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