Email component in apps tier of OCS not shutting down

Hi All,
The OCS 10.1.2.3.0 in a single box (RHEL ES Release 3 Taroon Update 4)
Having the Apps Tier Components while tring to stop shows the following status:
[[email protected] bin]$ ./opmnctl status
Processes in Instance: ocsapps.ocs.kili.com
------------------------------------------------+---------
ias-component | process-type | pid | status
------------------------------------------------+---------
DSA | DSA | N/A | Down
LogLoader | logloaderd | N/A | Down
dcm-daemon | dcm-daemon | 20802 | Alive
OC4J | OC4J_OCSClient | 20803 | Stopped
OC4J | OC4J_Portal | 20804 | Stopped
OC4J | OC4J_OCSADMIN | 20805 | Stopped
OC4J | OC4J_imeeting | 20806 | Stopped
OC4J | OC4J_Mail | 20807 | Stopped
OC4J | Service_Component~ | 20809 | Stopped
HTTP_Server | HTTP_Server | 20810 | Stopped
WebCache | WebCache | 20867 | Stopped
WebCache | WebCacheAdmin | 22777 | Stopped
wireless | performance_server | N/A | Down
wireless | messaging_server | N/A | Down
wireless | notificationevent~ | N/A | Down
wireless | notification_serv~ | N/A | Down
wireless | OC4J_Wireless | N/A | Down
email | email_housekeeper | 20837 | Alive
email | email_imap | 20838 | Alive
email | email_listserver | 20839 | Alive
email | email_nntp_in | 20840 | Alive
email | email_nntp_out | 20842 | Alive
email | email_pop | 20843 | Alive
email | email_smtp_in | 20844 | Alive
email | email_smtp_out | 20845 | Alive
email | email_virus_scrub~ | 20846 | Alive
Content | Node | 20847 | Stop
Content | OC4J_Content | 20849 | Stopped
CalendarServer | Calendar_CSM | 24321 | Stopped
CalendarServer | Calendar_CWS | 25363 | Stopped
CalendarServer | Calendar_DAS | 24511 | Stopped
CalendarServer | Calendar_SNC | 24625 | Stopped
CalendarServer | Calendar_ENG | 24428 | Stopped
CalendarServer | Calendar_LCK | 24322 | Stopped
RTC | rtcpm | 20850 | Stopped
OraBPEL | OC4J_BPEL | 20851 | Stopped
Why the email component is not getting stopped.!!
I was trying to stop it individually also..!!
When I was trying to Login to the appication (when all the services were up) it was not logging in and was showing that SSO server is not up..!!
WHat might be the problem.. This is the second time I am getting this Issue.!!
First Time I just restored a backup to recover from the Issue..!!
Please Update
Many Thanks in advance.. and best regards

Can you please try stopping the node-agent (asadmin stop-node-agent)?
This is really a strange issue. But note that the way we stop servers in 8.2 was BAD. We
have corrected that behavior in 9.1.
http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/attach/GlassFishV2AdminRelatedOnePagers/admin-fs.html#pl
Sorry you have to go through this.
Regards,
Kedar

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    I turn off Bonjour -- itunes complains, but shuts down only to startup again.
    I am NOT sharing music with other computers.
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    The idea of a 3rd party unrelated app didn't seem reasonable, but in Windows, I brought up the the Windows Task Manager (similar to MacBook Activity Monitor) and started "ENDING" the tasks that seemed to be unrelated to the system but used for certain applications.
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    There are probably other unessential tasks running on those machine that still have this "won't shut down" problem.
    Thanks for the hint, but I was heading down that road as the next step, assuming something else was forcing iTunes to stay active. But I would not have expected it to be a network speaker driver as it was in my case.
    Jeff

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    I am using a Windows 2000 Server and have found that during a re-boot the Broker Service (3.5 SP1) is not shutting down completely. The following lines are missing from the log entry created when restarting the server: -
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    [17/Aug/2004:12:55:55 BST] [B1077]: Broadcast good-bye to all connections ...
    [17/Aug/2004:12:55:55 BST] [B1078]: Flushing good-bye messages ...
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    [17/Aug/2004:12:55:55 BST] [B1066]: Closing: [email protected]:1108->admin:1074. Count=0
    [17/Aug/2004:12:55:58 BST].
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    Has anyone experienced this problem before and found a solution?
    If any further information is required in this log then please update with required details.
    Many thanks in advance.
    Dave.

    Thanks Joe,
    Please read to the end. Thanks to your suggestions I believe I have found the cause of the IMQ Broker problems I was experiencing.
    As you suggested by adding the line: -
    imq.hostname=257s-bs1a
    to the end of the IMQ config.properties file this seems to have worked around the problem shutting down and restarting the IMQ Broker.
    Following numerous server restarts the IMQ Broker Service had restarted with Windows successfully. However, I was unable to successfully access the Data Distribution Page.
    Further investigation showed the server was using a leased IP address and not static.
    I removed the 'imq.hostname' line added earlier and changed the server IP address to static. When the server was rebooted I found the IMQ Service had started successfully. On several successive re-boots the IMQ Broker service restarted with Windows correctly.
    To check if this was related to having a dynamic IP address of the server was changed back to Dynamic. Following the first re-boot of the server IMQ had started successfully. On the second re-boot of the server with Dynamic IP the IMQ Broker service did not restart. Following additional re-boots with a dynamic IP address the IMQ Broker service did not restart.
    With the IP address changed back to static the server was re-booted. Following the first re-boot the IMQ Broker service had not restarted. Following subsequent re-boots with a static IP address the IMQ Broker service did restart.
    Thank you Joe for pointing me in the correct direction.
    Regards,
    Dave.

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