Sorry invading the deutsch forum with an english request for help, but my previous post (http://forum.yacy-websuche.de/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=5211) on the english forum didn't get any reply.
My problem is that while running 24x7 Yacy 1.7 for GNU/Linux over an Ubuntu Server 14.04, whenever the server goes down due to a power outage, Yacy doesn't restart.
I found out that the computer crash always corrupts the file Yacy.conf, leaving an empty file as result, thus preventing startYACY from executing.
A possible workaround is to backup Yacy.conf and to have a startup script that tests if it is empty and have it restored, before calling startYACY.sh. I have already implemented this and it works.
There is only a small issue (I guess) with restoring Yacy.conf that way: whenever I hover the mouse over the Monitoring section of the left vertical column, I get the message "You did not yet start a web crawl! You do not see all monitoring options here, because some belong to crawl results monitoring. Start a web crawl to see that.", which is false, because I had already started crawls.
So, my questions is: Is my Yacy.conf restoring procedure correct, or should I backup/restore other files and eventually take other steps before calling startYACY.sh?