Service Protector 220.127.116.11
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Service Protector 126.96.36.199 is considered as a flexible and helpful tool, which will keep your Windows Services going, even when they crash, hang, leak memory, or hog the CPU. You can even plug in your own custom failure-detection script/program to identify "zombie services", which seem to be running but are not doing what they are supposed to do. Or automatically restart your service every night when no one is logged on, to cure memory leaks and other imperfections.
- Constantly monitors your 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
- Able to restart your service (or reboot the computer) at a scheduled time
- Emails you with details of crashes, restarts and other problems
- Supports the integration of your own custom "sanity check" utilities, executed regularly to test if your service is functioning normally or not
- Automatically dismisses common "Application error" dialog boxes that prevent crashed applications 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, toll free at (888) 881-CORE/2673
- No programming required
- Hang detection: Non-responsive services or those "stuck" in the Stopping or Starting states for too long can be automatically restarted.
- CPU hog detection: Services consuming too much CPU can be auto-restarted.
- Memory hog detection: Services eating up RAM can be terminated and restarted to release the memory.
- 24/7 uptime: The builtin functionality will only take action when a service stops "abnormally" (i.e. when not in the stopped state). So if a user or program stops your service, or if your service fails to start at boot, it will not be restarted. Service Protector will auto-restart your service, no matter how it stops.
- Email: Notifications are sent whenever a service fails and has to be restarted.
- Extensibility: Add your own your own, customized failure detection plugins to detect and restart "zombie" services
- Workflow: Run a batch file or program prior to restarting your service.
- Scheduled restarts: Conditionally restart your service (or the PC) every day at a specific time (but only if no one is logged on, too much memory is used, etc.)
- Daily/Weekly reports: Service Protector will email you summaries of restarts, crashes, etc.
- Dismiss "Application Error" windows: These pesky "I have crashed!" message boxes can hold up the action. Service Protector will automatically click them.
- New features:
- Provide up to 30 days of service history.
- Fixes & Improvements:
- Application crash dialogs were not always being dismissed.
- The sanity check doesn't accept a .CMD file with variables.
- Trouble licensing on Windows XP.
- A Pentium-compatible PC.
- Windows 7 / Vista / XP or Windows Server 2008 R2 / 2008 / 2003. Windows 2000, 95, 98, or Me are not supported.
- 10 MB free hard drive space for installation files.
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