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to stop remote server

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To stop the remote server i am giving ctrl+C . I didn't implement anything for stopping the server.
any suggessions?
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Hmmm...I never even thought of this. I'm doing the exact same. One thing is, you know you don't want to give clients the ability to stop the server. seems reasonable to leave it like that, but I would be interested in hearing what people passed did.
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May i speak, even though i havn't passed yet?
I've implemented the server server to prompt someone to type 'STOP' to shutdown. This gives me time to clean up a bit. The cleaning up can be achived in a couple of other ways, but I've seen SUN use this method in one of their tech-letters.
But then again, the criterias say nothing about how to do this, so do the simplest (ctrl+c) or motivate something about usability and use 'STOP' or similar..
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