DBpulse Manual - serice_ctrl
service_ctrl - utility to install / delete a service
service_ctrl -i -n name -l label -p program_string
service_ctrl -d -n name
This program is for Windows only! It is unnecessary for Unix environments and will not run.
service_ctrl installs (-i option) or deletes (-d option) a service.
It does this by manipulating the Registry but I'm not sure exactly
which keys are modified. The code itself uses
After the service has been added, you can adjust the service properties using the standard Windows interface under Computer Management -> Services and Applications -> Services. Right click the appropriate service and select Properties. The most common adjustment is the startup type (change from Manual to Automatic).
NOTE: because the service control manager (SCM) starts up at boot time, it is only aware of environment variables available at boot time. If you change K_HOME or any other environment variable, after the SCM has already started, you will need to reboot the computer in order to get the SCM to recognize those changed variables. The only way around this is to not use environment variables for service configuration changes.
This man page specifically describes how to install / delete dbpulse as a service.
Adding a new dbpulse service:
C:\> service_ctrl -i -n dbpulse -l "DBpulse Performance Monitor" -p "C:/foresight/bin/dbpulse.exe -b -l -h dbms1 -t 30.0"
This will insert the dbpulse service into the SCM and run it with the -b, -l, -h dbms1, -t 30.0 options.
Removing the dbpulse service:
C:\> service_ctrl -d -n dbpulse
This will delete the dbpulse service from the SCM.
Note: there is no facility to update the dbpulse service; if you wish to change anything about the dbpulse service, you have to delete it and re-install it.
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