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Default Change Processes According to Day - 05-06-2006

Hello,

I am running SRCDS with HLstatsX.
HLstatsX requires a perl capture process which I have monitored with mean server loader (which I've very impressed with btw).

Every Thursday I want the HLstatsX perl process to NOT be monitored and NOT be turned on. How can I accomplish this automatically?

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Default Re: Change Processes According to Day - 10-06-2006

You can get creative and have the built in windows scheduler turn off the HLstatsX process on Thursday by running a cmd script.

The script would look something like this:
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@rem set the path to the server loader, eg c:\srvload
set loaderpath=..

%loaderpath%\meanloader -pause HLstatsX
%loaderpath%\meanloader -stop HLstatsX
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On Friday, the scheduler will have to run a different script to turn it back on.

The other method is to wait until I add in scheduling capabilities that do the same thing as the windows scheduler.


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Default Re: Change Processes According to Day - 10-06-2006

Thank you very much. I will give this a try!

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The other method is to wait until I add in scheduling capabilities that do the same thing as the windows scheduler.
When do you estimate this would be available?
   
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Default Re: Change Processes According to Day - 02-08-2006

"When do you estimate this would be available?"

I plan on rewriting the entire loader and adding an API to it so that it can be customized with plugins - but I'd better make no promises on a completion time line or even if it'll get done.


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