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How can I go by setting up a scheduled task that will cancel a java console and then start it up again?

I need to restart my wowza service because of some java heap allocating memory error that seems to happen every night.

I tried few options but could not get it right.

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type services.msc in run box, locate service you wish to kill, restart, schedule, etc. and perform your actions. – Josh Campbell Jun 24 '13 at 15:59

Use PsKill to close the application and then start it again, put both instructions in a batch file.

Now create a new event using the wizard and carefully configure it.

Try to run the task manually, check the status of it and also try to check the event log.

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You can use net.exe start/stop to start and stop services, and sc.exe (XP+) if you need to query/change service config etc

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