Monitor a specific Windows service or process
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.
Click on the
. Set the desired threshold values for metrics like CPU utilization, memory utilization, thread count, and handle count.
your changes. When the configured threshold is breached, alerts will be sent.
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