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Best practive to verify IIS or a ISS website is up?

We have an internal IIS server that hosts several websites that redirects to external hosted web applications. Occasionally people will do nutty things like restart servers, stop services, unplug ...
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How do you run a NodeJS app in the background without it ending when you log out?

I'm trying to keep an application on my ubuntu server running so that Google has time ping it, but the app keeps shutting down when I log out. I start the Nodejs app with supervisor to monitor ...
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Services stopping on domain joined Windows 8 machines (Security Center, VMM)

We have been seeing an issue in Windows 8 RP and Windows 8 RTM that is stumping us. The first time each day, when the machines come up, the Security Center service (always), and sometimes other ...
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How can I systematically shut down Windows services in order?

We have this open source application that has three (3) services. For the purpose of this question, let's call them A, B, and C. Now, they have to be shut down in a specific order. That order would ...
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NET START command not passing parameters in Windows Server 2008

My application calls a Stored Procedure, through the stored procedure I am calling a Windows Service using the NET START command as follows: SELECT @Cmd = 'Net Start ServiceName /"' + @param1 + '" ...
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Windows Sharepoint Services 3 PDF Search Not Indexing All Words

We have Windows Sharepoint Services 3 installed on a Server 2003 R2 Enterprise SP2 machine. I have Adobe Reader 8 with the iFilter installed, configured and working. I kicked off a Full crawl and I am ...
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Using PowerShell Restart-Service cmdlet with a service that has an instance name

I want to restart a service on a remote machine using PowerShell. The service has both a displayname and an instancename. Can I use the Restart-Service cmdlet to do this? I don't see an instancename ...
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CentOS 5 cron error when stopping/starting a service in crontab

What's the best way to stop/start a particular service on a schedule using cron? I tried running service servicename stop in a cron job but that didn't appear to work so switched to ...
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Service modules_dep on CentOS 6.3

I'm trying to determine the minimum services for correct server operation and I am getting annoyed by the modules_dep daemon. What is this service used for? Thank you in advance EDIT: ps ax output ...
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Cannot administer services on remote Windows machine due to security issue

I have a Windows 2008 machine A with Administrator account X. I have another Windows 2008 machine B with Administrator account Y. Both machines have an account Z, with same username and password on ...
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i've done a mistake with SDDL and now i can't access a service

I had a task to allow some non-admin user to restart a service. I've used the SDDL way in order to allow him the restart, the problem is, that i mistakenly added only the new SDDL without the whole ...
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dhcrelay running as both DHCP and DHCPv6 relay agent on CentOS 6.2

I am trying to set up a DHCP relay agent that would relay DHCP requests for both IPv4 and IPv6. I am using CentOS 6.2 and I am using the dhcrelay from the ISC DHCP implementation. I would like to set ...
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Create group to restart services in CentOS

SYSTEM: CentOS release 6.2 (Final) I am attempting to allow only users of a certain group lets call it websupport access to restart 2 services: mysqld and httpd EDIT: I do not want to give these ...
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How to set specific environment variables for Apache service run on Windows

I'm facing a problem. I use xampp 1.7.7 on Windows which installs a Apache service. I find that I have to some tweak to have all PHP modules load properly. For example, php_ldap.dll cannot be loaded. ...
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What is “Radan HTTP”?

There is a service using the 8088 port on a Linux server I use. It identifies itself as radan-http, and indeed it's on the IANA port list. It is apparently being used by Nginx. But, despite a fair ...
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Why does this service refuse to start on Windows server 2003?

We have a Windows 2003 server with Cebos MQ1 (ver. 7 and ver. GRI) products installed that have been operational for years. After installing Microsoft 2010 C++ Redistributable package needed for other ...
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Starting software VIA SSH [closed]

I'm curious as to how you can go about starting software through an SSH tunnel, but keep the software running on the SSH server. For example, I host a minecraft server for my brother and his friends. ...
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access mapped network drive from a windows (2003) service

I have an application that uses files on a network drive (K:) that normally is connected during user logon via net use K: \myserver\myshare .... The same files should be accessed by a windows service ...
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Exchange 2007 easy goes down

Today I tried to log in on my OWA (Outlook Web Access) account, and I get following error. I tried to initiate Remote Desktop Connection to restart services, but I couldn't (I got black screen), and ...
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Database of services and related information for various Linux distributions

I am looking for a database/list of common services and related information dovering various linux distributions. For instance for MySQL, the list would indicate that the init script is at ...
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“IIS Admin Service is Disabled” Error When IIS Admin Is Running

Issue: I am trying to start the Default Website on IIS, but I am getting the following error: As you can see, it says that IIS Admin is disabled, when it is actually running. Question: Is there ...
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debian symlink existing daemon incrond to start at boot

I'm triying to start the incron daemon "incrond" at boot but doesn't work. I have done : ln -s /usr/sbin/incrond /etc/init.d/incrond chmod 755 /etc/init.d/incrond update-rc.d incrond enable But no ...
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Migrating Remote Desktop 2008 Users to RD 2008 R2

I have created a new server 2008 R2 remote desktop env and would like to know how to move several users over from old 2008 remote desktop env. Also is it possible to setup group policy for locking ...
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Run a script as root from apache

I would like to update my hosts file and restart dnsmasq from a web interface (php/apache2). I tried playing around with suid bits (the demonstaration). I have both apache and dnsmasq running on an ...
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“service”-command and environment variables

I am trying to start a service that requires a env. variable to be set to certain path. I set this variable in "/etc/profile.d/". However when I start this service using the service command, it ...
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When you add a new node to a cluster, what do you do to the default services?

Everytime I acquire a new server or reload an existing server (CentOS 6.X) I have to decide what services to leave running in chkconfig. It seems the datacenter staff aren't using a single edition of ...
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monitoring services, CPU, memory remotely on a Windows server machine

I'm looking for a tool that is able to (remotely) monitor CPU and Memory in a Windows server but most importantly, which service/process is using it. Or-- is it possible to monitor a specific running ...
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Upstart : start service after non-upstart process

On Ubuntu 10.04, I need to start my service with upstart, but only when mysql is up and running. The problem is that mysql itself is not handled by upstart, so I can't use the "start on" feature. ...
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Default CentOS Linux services won't start on boot

Using CentOS 5.7, none of the default services are starting on boot. What would cause this?
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How to allow SSH access to only one domain name on a server hosting multiple domains?

I have an Ubuntu server hosting example1.com and example2.com. Both names are pointing to the same IP address. I've configured Apache and it's working ok by using /var/www/example1 for the first and ...
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Difference between Apache reload and force-reload

I've seen plenty on how reload gracefully allows HTTP sessions to finish (as opposed to restart). So what's the difference between service apache2 reload and service apache2 force-reload Thanks ...
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SQL Server 2008 R2 doesn't start automatically on Windows 2008 R2 Web

I've got a SQL Server 2008 R2 Express running on a Windows Server 2008 R2 Web edition. Evertything works great except that the SQL service doesn't start automaticaly on server boot. The SQL Service, ...
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Administrator User on Windows 2008 R2 server gets “access denied” messages for starting/stopping services

I logged into a Windows 2008 R2 server as a domain user that is part of the Administrators group on the target computer. Executing the following command, I get access is denied errors: $> sc stop ...
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How to find out the .exe running behind a service with cmd.exe?

If I see svchost.exe having the PID 840, how do I get the information which .exe runs behind the service with cmd.exe on Windows Server 2003? If possible without Sysinternals tools.
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windows server 2003 - how to give rights for PowerUser for Services

I have 6 windows servers 2003. However only 2 of them - when I connect to them as PowerUser - let me to open Services and manage them. When I would log in to the server as Administrator, what I ...
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With powershell, how do I find out which user is running a service?

As mentioned in the title, how to find out which user is running a service with powershell?
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SQL Server reporting services shutting down without log info

Using SQL Server 2008 Reporting services. Finding that the service is shutdown without anything in the windows event log or in SQL Server events. I see the log entry for the service starting when I ...
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Need to install windows service across a domain

Our IT dept wants to roll out a windows service across all machines on its domain. The machines are running Windows XP. Is this possible? Also, is it possible to have targetted rollout to a subset of ...
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Windows Services don't automatically start after reboot?

We've got some Windows services written in .NET. They start fine manually within the services mmc, but despite being set to Automatic, they never start when powering on (or rebooting) the machine. ...
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init.d script worked OK on Ubuntu 10.10 but not on 11.10 despite LBS header correction

On Ubuntu 11.10, if I run /usr/bin/cserver -c /etc/cserver.conf & it'll work fine. But if I run service cserver start or /etc/init.d/cserver start as I did on 10.10, it won't. It just says ...
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Pointing local machine to itself through internet

I'm very inexperienced with networking, so bear with me. I'm trying to connect to a windows service using soapclient in php, but I'm getting this error.. I believe the machine running the service is ...
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LicenseService changes itself from disabled to automatic and starts up service

I have Windows SBS 2003 which has LicenseService (llssrv.exe) in services running. As per Microsoft recommendation I disabled this service and stopped it just to notice it's Started again and set to ...
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How to create systemd.service in Fedora 16 (x86_64)?

I have big problem with creating service in new way - by systemctl (systemd.service) in Fedora 16. I wonna to create very simple service for minidlna server. I have created new file called ...
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Start/stop Windows Service A also Start/stop Windows service B

I created two Windows services A and B, and would like to add dependency between them so that I can: Start service A (service B starts automatically) Stop service A (service B stops automatically) ...
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What can cause a service to switch from 'automatic' startup to to 'manual' startup?

We had some problem with the Windows Time Service a while ago. It was set to 'manual' startup and was not started. We set this to 'automatic' startup on every server and configured it properly to sync ...
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LSASS - Directory Services could not start - 0xc000006a

LSASS - Directory Services could not start - 0xc000006a This is the error message I am getting after restoring an old registry backup. I read somewhere that this has to do with the backup being more ...
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What could make a service STOP on win32?

A service (Python 2.7) on XP which is supposed to never stop, stops for an unkwown reason at midnight every day, so I have to restart it every morning. The service worked well for a year, but ...
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What daemons should or can be disabled on a Linux VM, especially hardware related ones?

What daemons should or can be disabled on a Linux VM, especially hardware related ones? I want to develop VMs using KVM and transfer them to coLinux after I finish with them. Are there some daemons ...
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shell script to start multiple Java programs from a directory at boot

I'm not sure if this is the best approach to this, It's my first time doing all of this (including writing shell scripts). OS: Centos My problem: I want to start multiple shell scripts at boot. One ...
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Windows Service Management from the Command Line: correct start type?

Services can be disabled using msconfig, and then enabled at a later time. I found that they can also be enabled or disabled using sc config commands, by setting the start option as disabled or one ...