Perl script as NT service
Mon May 31 21:10:00 GMT 1999
What happens when you use the kill.exe from the NTreskit? You can use
tlist.exe from the NTreskit to list all the processes (try tlist -t).
Markus Foerster wrote:
> I have successfully started a Cygwin-Perl-Script as an service by using
> SrvAny from the NT Resource Kit and a "start.cmd" shell script to call
> the script with the right parameters.
> But my problem is: I cannot kill or otherwise stop the script. When
> stopping the service, it shows me the service is stopped, but the
> program keeps running. NT taskmanager says "permission denied", Cygwin
> bash says "not owner". Everything is running as Administrator.
> What can I do better to be able to stop my script?
> Thanks for your help,
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