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    #16
    Thanks for the quick reply Jon, I'll go without for now.
    HS 3.0.0.548: 1990 Devices 1172 Events
    Z-Wave 3.0.1.262: 126 Nodes on one Z-Net

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      #17
      I've now updated the docs to reflect this!
      Jon

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        #18
        Jon,

        I'm using this to monitor if a process is actually running or not (not necessarily the CPU).

        1) Is there a more efficient way to check if just a process is running?
        2) If not, can you set the value to -1 or something if the process is not running? This way I can run events based on it.

        My use case: I noticed my Plex Media server wasn't running today. Not a huge issue for in my house because I can just start it up. However, my mom and brother use it so I would like a way to be notified if for some reason the process is not running (I will likely check for the value to be -1 for a period of time).
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          #19
          You may be better using this: https://forums.homeseer.com/showthread.php?t=124787
          Jon

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            #20
            I am trying to add a process monitoring device to track a process running under the Java Platform SE Binary on windows and I can't get this to work.

            I have tried entering the process name many ways but the PI always state that the process is not running BUT I can see it running in the task manager:

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            I Tried MongoDB, MongoDB Database Server in the Jon00ProcessMon file but none shows the device as running

            [Process1]
            Enabled=1
            Process=MongoDB Database Server
            Devicename=MongoDB

            and also tried

            [Process1]
            Enabled=1
            Process=MongoDB
            Devicename=MongoDB



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            Can process running under Java be tracked ?

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              #21
              Go to the details tab and see if you can find it there. If not, you would only be able to monitor the java app running the DB
              Jon

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                #22
                It is there in fact the name in the Detail page is "mongod.exe" wich I also tried in as the "Process" parameter in the config file but I still have the "process not running" when the device is created:

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                [Process1]
                Enabled=1
                Process=mongod.exe
                Devicename=MongoDB

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                  #23
                  I think the process name would be mongod not mongod.exe
                  Jon

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                    #24
                    jon00 That was it ...

                    By the way I see that the PI can restart a process if values are High, is it possible in the plugin to restart another process than the one set in the "Name" without going through a script ?

                    My problem here is that the mongod process is started by my unify controler and if I only stop/restart the mongod precess the Unify controler gets confused and if i stop/start the unify controler than it automatically stop the mangod pocess and restart it and then everything works correctly

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                      #25
                      No, however you could use my Application/Process Control to run via an event triggered by Process monitor
                      Jon

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by jon00 View Post
                        No, however you could use my Application/Process Control to run via an event triggered by Process monitor
                        Will try this, thanks for all the help

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