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kandi X-RAY | winsw Summary
WinSW 3 can run on Windows platforms with .NET Framework 4.6.1 or later versions installed. For systems without .NET Framework, the project provides native 64-bit and 32-bit executables based on .NET Core. More executables can be added upon request. .NET Framework system requirements Preinstalled since Windows 10, version 1511 and Windows Server 2016. Installable since Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. .NET 5 system requirements Supported since Windows 7 SP1, Windows Server (Core) 2012 R2 and Nano Server, version 1809.
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How can I read a file from a remote file server (accessible by IP) using Python3? How to set the user and password with this IP file server setup?
Example of file location (with authentication needed): \\10.123.123.132\example.jpg
The function I tried is as below which is throwing a PermissionError error. I am using django as a web framework. When the file server access is pre-authenticated via Windows authentication (manually) and django project is run locally on localhost, the code works fine. However, when the django project is served using with winsw and waitress (https://github.com/winsw/winsw, https://docs.pylonsproject.org/projects/waitress/en/stable/runner.html), the file server access code fails to work with PermissionError logged....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-10 at 18:07
By default, services run as a special system user that does not have permission for your file shares. Have you set the username for your service?
You can set the user name in the services control panel. Run
services.msc to bring up the control panel, find your service, and edit its parameters.
By the way, you can use
import shutil /
shutil.copyfile(src,dst) to copy files by name.
I have issue with this error. - Springboot cannost inject JPARepository....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-19 at 11:42
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Jenkins was up and running for months without issue, as a windows service.
I did some Jenkins updates (copied a newer/later .war file to the .jenkins folder) and some windows updates also occurred. The version that I have is Jenkins 2.263.3.
I did a lot of trolling through the documentation and other StackOverflow tickets and found out that the JENKINS_HOME environmental variable was missing. I added this.
Here is what my investigation reveals.
- The Java environment variable is set - see below:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-17 at 15:58
The service is starting and stopping without issue.
The problem I suspect was that the original install of Jenkins was very old, and I presume that it may have been a 32-bit application at the time. The current updates seem to 64-bit apps. Since the original install, Jenkins was updated - with changes spanning several major releases from the original install (.war file updates). The jenkins.exe file - that starts the service was never updated.
The error message 'System.BadImageFormatException' after much research indicated that the issue was related to compatibility difference between 32/64 bit executable. I presume it was expecting a 64-bit executable but was getting a 32-bit exe.
To solve this problem I installed the latest version of Jenkins on my local PC.
On the Server I backed up the files:
I then stopped Jenkins on the Server, where the Service was not Starting (from the terminal window with Ctrl+D).
I then replaced these 2 files on the server with the latest files from my local installation.
Service started the first time.
Using this info https://hayato-iriumi.net/2019/05/23/how-to-install-jenkins-slave-as-windows-service/ we are setting up the Jenkins Slave on Windows server. Jenkins agent start from command line. but when we start from Windows service, its giving below error message? How to resolve this error message?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-24 at 17:52
There are some errors in the sample "Jenkins-Slave.xml" that is presented at the linked web page (which yours is apparently based on). It has all elements and attributes named in lowercase, but actually some of them should be mixed case (as can be seen by the error message that it doesn't find attribute
Try this one instead:
please see below my Jenkinsfile.
Currently I am stopping and deleting windows service, then recreating and restarting. However I only want to stop service if its already started.....and I only want to delete if it exists.
Can anyone help?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-18 at 20:20
You can use the when statement as shown below, regarding
mpxsvcisrunning you can capture the output of the status command and verify it.
No vulnerabilities reported
CI builds are available on Azure Pipelines.
Maven packaging for executables, hosted by the Jenkins project. Binaries are available here. (2.x)
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