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Topics that contain the literal phrase "cat food" and all its grammatical variations.
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Two or more words in the same topic
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- Scheduled processes
- Access the schedule file
- Add an agent to the startup agent record
- Configure the alert periodic schedule record
- Create an anubis agent record
- Create an anubis schedule record
- Restart stopped background processes automatically
- Start a scheduled process
- Stop a process
- Unlock a deadlocked resource
- Scheduled processes
Restart stopped background processes automatically
Applies to User Roles:
Important: This is the old method to restart stopped background processes automatically. For better system performance, you are recommended to use the enableAnubisMonitor and anubisPollInterval parameters instead.
To restart stopped background processes automatically, you can create a special background process called anubis that checks the system status of each background process.
Note: The anubis background process can only restart processes listed in the startup info record. In order to stop any of these processes, you must first stop anubis, otherwise anubis will restart them on its next scheduled run time.
To restart stopped background processes automatically:
- Create an anubis agent record. See Create an anubis agent record.
- Create an anubis schedule record. See Create an anubis schedule record.
Start the anubis process. See Start a scheduled process.
Note: You can also add the anubis background process to the startup record to have Service Manager automatically start anubis.