A python program as a Win "Service" or Unix "Daemon"?

Mark Hammond mhammond at skippinet.com.au
Thu Mar 16 23:00:13 CET 2000


Note that with the win32all extensions, you can write a "native"
service - one that has full access to the NT service facilities.
srvany doesnt give the same level of control (not that you may need it
of course :-)

Mark.

"Mike Steed" <MSteed at altiris.com> wrote in message
news:65118AEEFF5AD3118E8300508B124877073DD8 at webmail.altiris.com...
> On the Windows service side, you can use srvany from the NT Resource
Kit to
> run an arbitrary program as a service.  I have successfully run
Python
> scripts as services this way.
>
> >
> > Is there any way to install a Python program as a Unix Daemon
> > or a Windows
> > Service? (Together with an instance of the interpreter, of
course..)
> > Is there any module to help the programmer to develop this kind of
> > applications?
> > Thanks
> > --------------------------------
> > Alessandro Bottoni
> > (Alessandro.Bottoni at Think3.com)
> > (alessandro.bottoni at libero.it)
> > Web Programmer
> > Think3 inc.
> > (www.think3.com)
> >
> >
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