I’ve through together a ruby script as test for a monitoring app for a
Win32 user processes I’m stuck with supporting. I’ve gotten most of the
management setup, however, I’m stuck trying to figure out how to run the
script as a service. I tried creating the service manually with
with both the script and a call to c:\ruby\bin\rubyw.exe with the
as the argument, but I receive a time-out. I spent some time with
but perhaps I’m missing something silly?
Does win32-service do something special when creating a service that I’m
missing with the manual service creation? I suppose I could always run
via the startup folder, but I thought this would be cleaner.