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In our QlikView server, freqently the server is stopping due to the high usage/reload. Once we find that the access point is not working we will restart the server and every thing will work fine.
Is there any way we can identify that the time the service is stopped and started.
Create a batch file containing the following text:
sc start qlikviewserver
This will do nothing if the service is already started and start the service if it isn't.
Then in the windows scheduled tasks you can have this batch executed at regular interval to restart the service if it was stopped.
There may be cleaner solution but this one is fast and easy to set up.