On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 12:12 PM, Thomas Westfeld <
thomas.westf...@currenta.de> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I have written a nice twisted-based TCP-server as a twistd plugin or an
> application as a .tac file and I would like to run it as a windows service.

Hi Thomas:
Recommend you take a look at this service manager utility for Windows:
We've moved away from implementing Twisted as a service and instead run it
under NSSM.
NSSM provides additional capabilities such as automatic restarts on
failure, redirected stdout/stderr, and easily setting dependency groups,
Our Twisted binaries are installed at a number of fairly large companies
and so far none of them have had any concern about running the NSSM service
Its made our life much simpler.
(Lousy product name, though...)


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