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July 26, 2010, 09:12:37 PM
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I made a small tool for running some of the builds with stability issues. It checks every minute for a running instance of bitcoin. If it fails to locate one, it starts a new one. To use it, simply put the Watchdog.exe from bin\Release in the same folder as Bitcoin.exe and run Watchdog.exe. You can even pass it command line arguments which are passed on to Bitcoin.exe. You will need .NET Framework 2.0. C# source code is included.

edit: changed to start bitcoin minimized
edit 2: added interval setting and lowered default interval to 10 seconds
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July 26, 2010, 10:17:00 PM
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I created a batch file and put it in the same folder at BitCoin.exe

Just create a file, like bitcoin.bat

Edit the file and paste in
Code:
echo off
:10
echo Starting BitCoin Crazy Unstable But Oh So Fast!
start /wait bitcoin.exe
date /t
time /t
ping -n 1 -w 5000 1.1.1.1
goto 10

Save the file and use it to start BitCoin. If the program crashes, it will log to console when and restart the client. This only works in the Windows Client GUI, won't work for services.

I figured I would add this if it's helpful to anyone.

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July 28, 2010, 01:41:27 PM
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Here's me showing my age  Embarrassed

I created a batch file and put it in the same folder at BitCoin.exe

Just create a file, like bitcoin.bat

Edit the file and paste in
Code:
echo off
:10
echo Starting BitCoin Crazy Unstable But Oh So Fast!
start /wait bitcoin.exe
date /t
time /t
ping -n 1 -w 5000 1.1.1.1
goto 10

Save the file and use it to start BitCoin. If the program crashes, it will log to console when and restart the client. This only works in the Windows Client GUI, won't work for services.

I figured I would add this if it's helpful to anyone.

Very similar to the one I've been using, actually

Code:
echo off
cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\Bitcoin"
echo Bitcoin Instability Manager
:loop
start /wait Bitcoin.exe
ping -n 1 -w 5000 1.1.1.1 >NUL
date /t
date /t >> log.txt
time /t
time /t >> log.txt
echo Bitcoin crashed, restarting it.
echo Bitcoin crashed, restarting it. >> log.txt
echo. >> log.txt
goto loop

Then you have to run it as administrator (Win7 anyway) so that it can write to the log file.
I also had to follow this: http://www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/2009/08/12/disable-program-has-stopped-working-error-dialog-in-windows-server-2008/ (ignore the first command) to get it to work, as when it would crash, that dialog would pop up and prevent the program from fully closing (thus not allowing the batch file to continue).

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