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Task Scheduler needed

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Speakersrock, Apr 5, 2008.

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  1. Speakersrock

    Speakersrock Thread Starter

    Dec 16, 2006
    Hi all,
    Hope you are all having a good weekend.

    Okay, I need some advise please;
    I am working on setting up network load balancing for my server, in such a way that when server 1 become busy over say 70% CPU, it switches on server 2. Then if server 1 stay at 70% or increases for more than 15mins, it switches on server 3, and so on.
    Obviously, I then need a system in reverse which switches them back down.

    I think I now have a batch file which can wake the server on lan. And I also have one which can put it back into standby. - This is great, but I need something to do it automatically.

    ---Bottom line----
    I think all I need now is a task scheduler which will monitor the cpu/ or network traffic, and execute programs continually.

    The only problem is, the only ones I can find have two major problems;
    -They will only allow one instance to run(so I can run the program again which is setup in reverse to standby the servers)
    -The task only runs once, one run, it is disabled until I manually tell it to run again.

    Can anyone please suggest a program which can do what I need, and avoid the two problems I stated above??

    Any suggestions are much welcomed, Thanks.
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