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IMO you should only use restart when the server (or whatever) is already
running, to mean "stop and then start again". If the server is already
stopped, then you can just say 'start' - 'restart' is redundant.
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Rowena Hart wrote:
> Hi all,
> I need some answers regarding use of the word "restart".
> Many of our documents use the word "restart" to mean
> both "stop" and "start".