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[solved] How to verify that program is ALWAYS running

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Hello!

My program should run all the time on the background, but there's always a possibility that it will crash. The only solution I've figured is another monitor program that starts up the main program after crash.

Do you have any other ideas to make sure the program is always on?

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If its another program you have written inn AutoIt you could use _Singleton, else you could look for processexists.


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Hello!

My program should run all the time on the background, but there's always a possibility that it will crash. The only solution I've figured is another monitor program that starts up the main program after crash.

Do you have any other ideas to make sure the program is always on?

I think that's the right approach if you can't be sure it won't stop for some reason.

The script to monitor it could also start it and could be quite simple.

while 1
 RunWait($exename,$exepath)
;sleep(2000)
wend

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