[Mono-list] Long-running services

Foole fooleau at gmail.com
Sat Jan 21 02:15:09 EST 2006

I'm not sure how useful this is to you, but..

I developed an irc bot using mono.  It queries multiplayer game servers at
regular intervals and reports to irc when players matching patterns either
join or leave a game.  I'm using Thresher for the irc side and Gamestat for
the game querying.

The bot happily runs for weeks with no problems.


On 1/14/06, Chad Robinson <crj at lucubration.com> wrote:
> I've read some tidbits, news articles, and blog posts about various
> service-level options in Mono, but I'd like some feedback from some
> users/developers - has anybody developed any services with long run times?
> I
> have an application I'm rewriting that typically needs to run for 10-15
> hours
> at a time. I can shut it down once a day, so memory leaks and similar
> issues
> arne't a problem, but WHILE it's running, it needs to be stable, and can't
> be
> interrupted.
> I know that there are a number of popular programs that are being
> developed in
> Mono, but I can't seem to find much precedent at the service/daemon/server
> level. Can anybody confirm that Mono is up to this challenge, or should I
> wait
> a bit? If so, what milestone would I be looking for?
> Regards,
> Chad
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