Windows Service Monitoring

Monitor a specific Windows service or process

Monitor specific services and the associated processes running in your Windows server. You can also start or stop a process or service running in the server. 

Follow the below steps to monitor a specific process or service:
  • Log in to your Site24x7 account.
  • Go to Server  > Server Monitor > Servers > click on the desired monitor.
  • Go to Services and Processes  tab. Click on  Discover Services and Processes . This will discover the processes & services running in your Windows server.
  • Select the service you wish to monitor and click Add Service and Process . The service and the corresponding process will be will be listed and monitored under Windows Services.
You can also add a service/process via Configuration Rules.
Setting Thresholds:
Click on the hamburger icon under Action and click Edit Threshold. Set the desired threshold values for metrics like CPU utilization, memory utilization, thread count, and handle count. Save your changes. When the configured threshold is breached, alerts will be sent.
You can also associate IT Automation(s) to automatically execute the action when a threshold breach occurs.

    • Related Articles

    • FAQs related to Windows Service monitoring

      After installing APM Insight Windows service monitoring agent , if you don't see data in the Site24x7 console, or if you are unable to add monitors, kindly follow the below given steps to troubleshoot. If few monitors are not getting added: Check for ...
    • Monitor a specific Linux process

      Monitor specific processes running on your Linux server. Follow the below steps to monitor a specific Linux process: Log In and go to Server Select the desired server monitor In the monitor details page, go to Processes > Discover Processes. This ...
    • Amendments to Site24x7 Monitor Names

      We've recently renamed a few of our Monitors to help keep in sync with the current IT and DevOps trends. The new monitor names are designed to correctly resonate with the IT & DevOps crowd. We've made necessary changes in the Web client, Help ...
    • How do I disable the AppLogs agent (process/service)?

      When you disable the AppLogs agent, log collection on that server will stop and the AppLogs Agent service/process will not run in your server. To disable the AppLogs agent: Navigate to the Server tab. Click on the server monitor in which the agent ...
    • What are the major differences between Monitor Groups and Tags

      Monitor Groups   A Monitor Group helps in logically grouping resources, and provides a business perspective of the resources. It can be used for: Filtering monitors in the Home tab - Monitor Status Page. Filtering monitors in Configuration Rules and ...