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This is a small application which checks every 10 minutes and automatically restarts the W3SVC NT Service, if it is not running.
It is a new component of the W3W Web Publishing Solution for the NT Server.
It has the following features:
– check the status of the W3SVC NT Service,
– check if the Main NT Service has crashed,
– check if the Crash Reporter is running,
– check if the Net Server service is running,
– check if the Net Server is logging the service crashes,
– restart the W3SVC service, if necessary,
– restart the W3SVC service, if necessary,
– show help.
You may use the above features, if you are using the NT-WebServer Solution, which has all these components implemented in one program.
Running the service
To use the service, you must use the NT service name for the W3SVC service, e.g.
net start w3svc
The running w3svc service will be reported on the window and the service status will be checked every 10 minutes.
If no Net Server service has been started, the application will start the Net Server service.
If the Net Server service does not terminate after a crash, the application will restart it.
If the Net Server service has already terminated for some other reason, the service will be restarted if required, and the application will show a message.
In this case, you should restart the Net Server service manually on the console, if possible.
I don’t know how to reset the monitoring interval in the application.
If you need to set the interval different, use the -interval switch on the commandline.
04.03.00, 18.03.00 (as of the W3W v4.02 Release)
was released with the following new features:
– show the process of the operation
– show the Net Server status
– accept parameters for the Net Server
– show the version of the application
– show the version of the NT service
– show the version of the computer
08.03.00 (as of the W3W v4.03 Release)
FIX: fixed a bug in the configuration files: it was impossible to store a blank value in a text file.
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In this article, I will walk you through the creation of a simple SCO services application that will watch a service and restart it in case of problem. In this example, I created a simple SCO services application that will watch the App.config file and restart the IMS POP3 Server service in case of app.config changes. Just launch the ServiceWatchdog and you will see that it will restart the service for you.
Simple ServiceWatchdog Application
In this example, I created a simple SCO services application that will watch the App.config file and restart the IMS POP3 Server service in case of app.config changes. Just launch the ServiceWatchdog and you will see that it will restart the service for you.
Creating a Program
To use ServiceWatchdog, we first need to create a program to implement the ServiceWatchdog interface. Create a new C# Windows Forms Application project and right click and select Add, New Item. From the Windows Form, Server or Console Item, select
Application and click Add. Create a new class file in the same folder and enter the following code in the file:
public interface ServiceWatchdog
void ServiceStarted(string serviceName);
void ServiceStopped(string serviceName);
This is the interface that will be implemented by the ServiceWatchdog program. Each time a service starts or stops, it will call the ServiceStarted or ServiceStopped methods, respectively. We will call these methods from the ServiceWatchdog in the next section.
From the menu bar, select Debug, Start Without Debugging. The default project should be set to the AppWatchdog project.
To restart the IMS POP3 Server service, enter the following code at the Main method:
static void Main()
ServiceWatchdog serviceWatchdog = new ServiceWatchdog();
serviceWatchdog.ServiceStarted += (sender, e) => restartService(sender, e, “IMSPOP3Service
Service Watchdog Crack + For Windows (Latest)
msdev,8/27/04 By: Jesse Mills
This is a service watchdog program, and may not be the most reliable. The service that it is protecting may not be running at the time of the restart. The watchdog routine does not check the status of the service. It only checks the service to see if it is running. If the service is not running, it restarts it. You will probably need to run the service from the start menu to get it running.
The code below is in Visual C++ 6.0. It is not written or tested in any other environment.
#pragma comment(lib, “ws2_32.lib”)
#define CONFIG_FILE C:\\WWW\\TW1_WatchDog\watchdog.cfg
#define CONFIG_FILE_ENDL C:\\WWW\\TW1_WatchDog\\watchdog.cfg
DWORD WINAPI ServiceWatchdog(LPVOID lpParam);
void W3SVC_Main (HANDLE hInstance)
Config * config = (Config *)GetModuleHandle(L”Config.DLL”);
// Check Configuration File
FILE *ConfigFile = fopen(CONFIG_FILE, “r”);
if(ConfigFile == NULL)
Mem::cons(hInstance, “Config.DLL”, “Configuration Error.”);
Mem::cons(hInstance, “Config.DLL”, L”.\DLL is not installed.”);
What’s New In Service Watchdog?
This is a small program that checks every 10 minutes, and restarts an NT service, if needed.
You may also want to take a look at the built in Windows service that does the same thing, as well as some of the other posts here to keep things interesting.
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Many instances have occurred where a person is standing on top of a column or post and needs to drill a hole in the column to install, for example, a light fixture. The person is limited in how far he or she can reach into the hole and thus the size of the hole that can be drilled. Certain methods have been used to increase the size of the hole. One method is to drill the hole out using a conventional hammer drill that has a comparatively large diameter cutting edge. After the hole is drilled, the hole is enlarged using an externally attached adapter. Another method is to first drill a small starter hole using a lighter weight hammer drill with a smaller diameter cutting edge and then install an adapter that is sized to fit inside the hole as a shim. However, in both of these methods, there is a risk that when the hole is enlarged, the walls of the hole will cave in making an unstable structure.
Some hammer drills are configured to be used in conjunction with a collar that is inserted into the first hole after drilling the starter hole and that expands to a larger diameter. However, the collars are manually installed and therefore subject to error.
Other methods involve placing a device such as a washer over the hammer drill so that the hammer drill can be used to drill a hole in a different material. With this method, if the hole is not drilled completely through the work piece, the washer must be manually removed.Q:
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