The server is automatically restarted by a server-monitoring utility if the server crashes. On systems that have debugging tools installed, a dialog box with debugging information appears if the server crashes. To help debug server plug-in API programs (for example, NSAPI programs), disable the auto-start feature by setting a high timeout value. Also turn off the debugging dialog boxes by using the Registry Editor.
Start the Registry Editor.
Select your server’s key (in the left side of the Registry Editor window, located in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Netscape\Enterprise\6.0).
Choose Add Value from the Edit menu. The Add Key dialog box appears.
In Value Name, type MortalityTimeSecs.
Click OK. The DWORD Editor dialog box appears.
Type the time interval (in seconds) between startup and automatic restart.
The interval can be in binary, decimal, or hexadecimal format.
Click the numerical format for the value you entered in the previous step (binary, decimal, or hexadecimal).
If you installed an application (such as a compiler) that has modified system debugging settings and the server crashes, you might see a system-generated application error dialog box. The server will not restart until you click OK.