Start/stop system services

A service is a type of application that is run in the background and is comparable to a UNIX/Linux Daemon application. Services are special programs that provide functionality independent of logged-in users. Programs such as client/server applications, webservers, databases and other server-based applications are generally implemented as system services. They offer functionality for local users as well as via network.

The Z-Cron commands SERVICE-START, SERVICE-STOP and SERVICE-RESTART can automatically start, stop and restart local services.

The command SERVICE-WATCH can be used for monitoring local services. When the command is run, it checks whether the specified service is currently running, and if not, starts it.


Start/stop system services


Z-Cron offers a simple list of all services on the local computer.

In combination with the STARTREMOTE command, these commands can also be executed on a remote computer in the local network. Z-Cron must be installed on both the target computer and the computer which issues the command.

Start/stop system services

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