LOgin to Domino Server in Remore Console, and Issue a RESTART SERVER command -- but server do not start

HI,

I log in to a LOtus Domino Server remotely.
With a Remote Console session, I issue a

RESTART SERVER

I was unble to log back to the server remotely.  I will go on site in about 8 hours to check.

I am certain that I have Lotus Domino as an autostart Window Service

Any suggestion on what can go wrong.

Thanks
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jjpatonCommented:
Check Windows for any hung processes. Perhaps could be a memory issue with the server. Maybe a freak coincidence eg: blackout & UPS finally ran out of juice?
Fingers crossed for the blackout
Cheers
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sayhowAuthor Commented:
It is not a freak accident.

It is not a hung process.

And it is a memory issue.


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jjpatonCommented:
OK then, some ideas:
Do you have enough memory?
Check your server is fully patched and packed on the windows side.
Consider reinstalling Domino straight over the top (be sure to have a cold/ open file able backup)
What was the memory issue/ error/ info?
What is the server doing? (eg: are you running 50 rules on a very busy SMTP server)
Where did it get to on the restart?
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