Windows service resource monitoring and restarting
FireDaemon daeMON is a command-line application that is used to monitor and selectively start, stop or restart FireDaemon Pro or Windows services, either individually or collectively. It can also be used to monitor the CPU and memory utilization of individual Windows services. FireDaemon daeMON can be run from the command line or as a FireDaemon Pro service.
Features at a Glance
FireDaemon Pro and Windows Service Monitoring
Monitor FireDaemon Pro or Windows services for availability and uptime.
Resource Consumption Monitoring
Terminate or restart monitored services and programs when CPU or memory limits are reached.
Monitoring Logging Levels
Configure different monitoring log levels including none, basic or verbose.
Restart An Entire Group of Services or Individual Services In A Group
If a service stops, program crashes or resource limits are reached you can restart an entire group of services in order or just the individual service in a group. You can also exclude services from being restarted.
Monitor Individual Services Or Groups of Services
Monitor services individually or define a group of FireDaemon Pro and / or Windows services to monitor.
Dynamic Service Monitoring
Automatically include or remove FireDaemon Pro services in a monitoring group when the FireDaemon Pro service is created or deleted.
Run Multiple Instances of daeMON Simultaneously
Multiple instances of daeMON can be run simultaneously allowing you to monitor groups of services separately.
Run On The Command Line or as a FireDaemon Pro Service
daeMON can be run manually on the command line, in a batch file or as a FireDaemon Pro service.
FireDaemon Pro Service and Program Monitoring
Monitor the FireDaemon Pro service and the underlying program under FireDaemon Pro control.
Exclude Disabled or Shutdown Services
Exclude FireDaemon Pro and Windows services from monitoring groups that are disabled or shutdown.
Monitor Remote Services
Monitor FireDaemon Pro and Window services on remote systems.