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Shared process service via svchost.exe in .NET

I've been looking into writing a service that runs under the context of a shared svchost.exe process, mainly for curiosity. I've found a couple of resources related to the subject, but nothing about .NET services. I know how to write standard Windows services, but is is possible to host a .NET windows service under svchost, and if so, how is it done?

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.Net Application extrem slow. After killing svchost.exe it runs again fast. Any idea?
how can i use svchost.exe to host my own services?
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Memory leak in svchost.exe while running a particular windows service
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CreateProcess() and ShellExecute() freeze when waiting for svchost.exe

svchost.exe: Why is svchost.exe terminating my C# application?

For some reason, my C# application is being terminated by svchost.exe and I'm trying to understand why. It was terminating the application silently until I turned on Silent Process Exit logging using Gflags.exe from the Windows Debugging Tools. It happens infrequently on machines that I can't running debugging tools on (customer pcs).

The event doesn't really provide me with much info to go on. The termination code is 805306369=0x30000001, but I can't seem to find anything useful onlin

svchost.exe: Shared process service via svchost.exe in .NET

I've been looking into writing a service that runs under the context of a shared svchost.exe process, mainly for curiosity. I've found a couple of resources related to the subject, but nothing about .NET services. I know how to write standard Windows services, but is is possible to host a .NET windows service under svchost, and if so, how is it done?

svchost.exe: How to hide svchost.exe (dos prompt) when executing a scheduled task in Windows

I created a java program that will pop up a dialog, and scheduled it as a task. Everything works fine except when the scheduled java program runs and the dialog pops up, there is another window (svchost.exe) hanging behind the dialog box and doesn't go anywhere until the java program finishes its execution. The program is running in Windows XP.

How can I avoid that dos prompt?

Thanks

svchost.exe: Solving 100% cpu hang of svchost.exe hosting WCF service on IIS 6.0?

We're having a strange cpu issue with WCF services hosted on IIS 6.0 on Windows Server 2003 SP2 x64. On some of our environments, seemingly when an app pool starts up, the svchost.exe running iissvcs will spin up to 100% cpu and stay there indefinitely (3+ days observed).

Investigation tidbits:


It doesn't seem to be any specific app pool (we're hosting 5+ WCF
services in each their own app pool) nor happen every time.
The w3wp.exe process is started up, but using almost

svchost.exe: .Net Application extrem slow. After killing svchost.exe it runs again fast. Any idea?

I've a C# .Net 3.5 Application (x86) running on Windows7 x64.

For any reason after a few days or weeks the App runs extremly slow.

All other Apps runs normal (also another C# .Net 3.5 Application (x86)).

After killing a few svchost.exe the Application runs normal again. Rebooting without killing svchost.exe also doesn't help. Probably Windows saves the state of svchost.exe. If I logoff the user and login again it also works again, without killing the svchost. On logoff the s

svchost.exe: how can i use svchost.exe to host my own services?

I have written a service in C#. I kept the DLLs of my service in c:windowssystem32myservice.dll. I have done the necessary registry changes for hosting in svchost.exe, but my service is not being executed. It gets a 1053 error code.

The following is the registry entry for myservice. I created a key and have given the path of the myservice.dll file.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetservicessvcsvc2]
'Type'=dword:00000010
'

svchost.exe: System becomes very slow to figure out this want to know more about System32 Folder

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svchost.exe: Windows XP - server process (svchost.exe -k netsvcs) starts after about 10 minutes

I have a problem with server process in Windows XP (C:Windowssystem32svchost.exe -k netsvcs). When I reboot system this process is in running stage and it end after 10 minutes:( It is very strange, because after this event windows works perfect.

No problem in windows log.

I thought it is a Virus but I checked system and do COMBOFIX. No change.

Any idea?
Regards

svchost.exe: Memory leak in svchost.exe while running a particular windows service

I programmed a windows service which connects to webservices on another server.
I get severe memory increase in the svchost.exe process. And the following warning message in the event logs.


Warning ID: 1530
user registry handles leaked from RegistryUser....:
Process ... (Device....WindowsSystem32svchost.exe) has opened key REGISTRYUSER....PrintersDevModePerUser



Running environment: windows server 2008 R2 SP1 x64

I would appreciate the help!

svchost.exe: Can I use svchost.exe to host my own services?

I can't find documentation for how to do it, which makes me think I'm not supposed to do it.

svchost.exe: Svchost: How to make it run only one module per instance of svchost.exe? How to get extended…

I have an issue with one of my applications. I run the application, everything is okay. When I close this application, I notice that one of the 'svchost' processes in the system takes up about 95-100% of the CPU and I have to figure out what is taking up so much of the CPU cycles.

I set myself pretty simple and straightforward goals on how to go about this:


Get the process info or this particular 'svchost' that is taking up so much CPU
I know what an svchost process is used

svchost.exe: ESET Firewall rules for svchost.exe and javaw.exe?

All firewall from ESET is good. You select the Interactive mode and you enjoy life. But here problem: custom rules are created only for specific executable files: firefox.exe, skype.exe, notepad++.exe. As a rule, one file is responsible for one application. More rare - several files are responsible for one application (Steam, for example). And with this firewall copes. But javaw.exe and svchost.exe can be responsible for several applications or services. How to create rules for specific services

svchost.exe: Why is the CommandLine property of a svchost.exe WIN32_Process null?

I try to silence system process that seem to go 100% sometimes with my program on; I don't mean to fix that system process but just to silence it. What I tried is:

ManagementObjectSearcher searcher = new ManagementObjectSearcher
( 'select CommandLine,ProcessId from Win32_Process where Name='svchost.exe'' );
ManagementObjectCollection retObjectCollection = searcher.Get( );
foreach( ManagementObject retObject in retObjectCollection )
if( ( ( string )retObject[ 'CommandLi

svchost.exe: CreateProcess() and ShellExecute() freeze when waiting for svchost.exe

Under Windows 8 I'm starting an external program but it get stuck as a background process waiting for svchost.exe to return. If I start the same application manually (double click) it starts just fine.
If I run the same code under Windows 7, it works just fine.

I have mainly tried 3 ways of executing the application:

ShellExecute(NULL,L'open','MyApp.exe',NULL,NULL,SW_SHOWNORMAL);


This returns ok but the application freeze waiting for svchost.exe.
Then I tried the E

so.exe: SSE2 - 16-byte aligned dynamic allocation of memory

EDIT:

This is a followup to SSE2 Compiler Error

This is the real bug I experienced before and have reproduced below by changing the _mm_malloc statement as Michael Burr suggested:


Unhandled exception at 0x00415116 in SO.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading
location 0xffffffff.


At line label: movdqa xmm0, xmmword ptr [t1+eax]

I'm trying to dynamically allocate t1 and t2 and according to this tutorial, I've used _mm_malloc:

#include &

ps2.exe: netty open 2 port server & 1 port client

I want open 2 port on server, 1 for production, 2 for monitoring and 1 client for telnet to another server. but my server always got notifcation 'to many open files' when run up to 1 day, my code like below :

ServerBootstrap bootstrap = new ServerBootstrap( new NioServerSocketChannelFactory(Executors.newCachedThreadPool(), Executors.newCachedThreadPool()));

private PipelineServer ps= new PipelineServer(listenMessage1);
bootstrap.setPipelineFactory(ps);

boo

ps2.exe: Sliding multiple divs left to right with jquery toggle

I am trying to toggle multiple divs left to right when A link is clicked.

Within each div is a slideshow and some content. So far I can toggle between my links but when I get to the second div my content should appear but it doesnt. I have a display:none set in my css because when the page loads I only want the first item to be displayed and then when the user clicks on any other links the content for that section will appear.

My HTML:

<div id='span2'>

ekrn.exe: WCF failing is NOD32 is installed

I've an app using WCF (with WSHttpBinding), which is failing in computers where ESET NOD32 is installed.... There's a windows kernel service called ekrn.exe that starts using lots of CPU (near 100%) and makes the app fail after 1 minute. The error thrown by the application is:

'Client is unable to finish the security negotiation within the configured timeout. The current negotiation leg is 1.'

Any suggestion? Thanks!

vmware-authd.exe: Port 8000, PID 4, not able to kill, taskill /f /pid 4, Access Denied

I am not able to kill process bound to 8000 port, due to which I am not able to start HTTP server. This is in reference to question
Start HTTP/HTTPS server, python -m SimpleHTTPServer

C:>taskkill /f /pid 4
ERROR: The process with PID 4 could not be terminated.
Reason: Access is denied.


Even killing by below is not working which I found somewhere.

C:>taskkill /f /s localhost /pid 4
ERROR: The process with PID 4 could not be terminated.
Reason: Acces

services.exe: difference between process explorer and task manager [closed]

below is screen capture of process explorer(left) and task manager(right) in windows 7.
process list in task manager is sorted with PID.
as you can see some processes(csrss.exe, wininit.exe, services.exe...) are missing in
task manager window.

can someone explain why?



thank you in advance.

system: Need advice on creating an online contract generation system

First of all, be assured I am not asking how to write up a contract; I already have that covered. My question is how I can best program a system for generating it for clients to digitally sign?

My original plan that just seems like overkill to me is this:


I fill in all the details.
Click a button to preview it, making sure everything is correct.
Click a button to simultaneously create a directory for the client and create 3 files inside that directory.


The th

msiexec.exe: C# Setup Project - Faulting Application msiexec.exe, Faulting Module kernel32.dll

I have developped a (Windows Service) application in C#, .Net 3.5 and altogether with it a setup project. My installer worked perfectly fine for the first time, I could install it on my machine and the application was running as it should. Then I uninstalled it for a while and now, when I had to rebuild my setup project again - no incode modifications -I am given a message at install time which says

'The application has encountered a problem and needs to close'. However, it seems that the

ps2.exe: Timed autosave with Batch

I'm currently emulating ps2 games on my pc and wanted to have an insurance for loss
of Savedata.
So in pcsx2 you Save by pressing F1 (and F2 switches to the next slot)

This snippet is a part of a bigger file for ps2 purposes (I can post it if necessary)
but what it should basically achieve is to check if pcsx2.exe is running
every 0.1 seconds and save the game every 3 minutes.
When I run this code the Batch script quits immediately without the possibility to
eveen see

msdtc.exe: MSDTC.exe listening on port 5357 but DCOM port range restricted to 5000-5020

I've been having problems trying to get DTCPing.exe to work between 2 servers. I read this article and tried to troubleshoot the issue.

One of the suggestions to to run netstat -anob to determine what port DTCPIng.exe or msdtc.exe was listening on. When I run the command it says it's listening on port 5357, even though I have restricted the DCOM port range to 5000-5020 on both machines. (I have rebooted both machines, and my system admin says the firewall is open bidirectionally for ports

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