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#1 capr

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Posted 18 February 2014 - 05:02

Hey, I need a piece of software that periodically checks for certain services and programs and makes sure they are running. If they aren't, it starts them or alerts me. 

 

I haven't had luck finding the right keywords to google this. 

 

anything come to mind? 




#2 +BudMan

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Posted 20 February 2014 - 08:53

Something like this?

 

http://www.coretechn...rviceProtector/

 

Key Features & Benefits of Running your Windows Service 24/7 with Service Protector
  • Constantly monitors your Windows Service and automatically restarts it whenever it fails
  • Able to detect and restart "misbehaving" services that hang, hog the CPU, or consume too much memory
  • Automatically recognizes and restarts services stuck in the Starting or Stopping state
  • Able to restart your Windows Service (or reboot the computer) at a scheduled time (tame those memory leaks!)
  • Supports the integration of your own custom failure detection utility, executed regularly to test if your Windows Service is functioning normally or not
  • Automatically dismisses common "Application error" dialog boxes that prevent crashed executables from fully exiting
  • Reports all activities to the Windows Event Log
  • Works in all virtual environments (VMWare, Virtual PC, etc.)
  • Very efficient; demands minimal CPU & memory resources
  • Free, courteous technical support via email or phone
  • No programming required