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    Introducing : Remote Sensor Monitor - A RESTful Web Server

    Hi tibzz42, Take a look at NSSM or Apache ProcRun, both can be used to wrap a windows executable into windows services.
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    Introducing : Remote Sensor Monitor - A RESTful Web Server

    Hi ScoRe-Graffix, So my project is basically 3 parts as follows:- 1) HTTP(S) Server - outputs realtime statistics via web sockets to a rendered html page (charts etc). It also has RESTful support so will eventually accept queries for specific sensor info. 2) JNI bridge to HWiNFO wrapper (Minty...
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    Introducing : Remote Sensor Monitor - A RESTful Web Server

    Hi ScoRe-Graffix, If I understand your question correctly I might be able to help you. You just need to query HWiNFO stats via http/https running on a Windows machine, Correct? I am currently implementing a REST server which will allow you to specify which sensor to query etc and return the...
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    HWiNFO v6.12 released

    Perfect, thank you.
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    HWiNFO v6.12 released

    Does this version include the change to the shared memory API to report on the polling interval?
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    Fixed : Missing 'units' from Shared Memory Support - or have I just broke something?

    Strange, I had this same issue again tonight. All the units missing from the shared memory responses although resetting the preferences didn't help. Installing the latest version resolved it and the units are back. No idea what is triggering the units to disappear so just posting for the sake...
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    Introducing : Remote Sensor Monitor - A RESTful Web Server

    If you are seeing a working server in your browser then have you tried using that IP and port (i.e. the server and port you are using when seeing in the browser)? I have not used Rainmeter myself yet so probably not the best person to give advice :)
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    Introducing : Remote Sensor Monitor - A RESTful Web Server

    Hi FriGiN, As far as I can tell NSSM is a service wrapper similar to Procrun so are you trying to wrap "Remote Sensor Monitor" or HWiNFO? It also looks like the config you posted is for HWiNFO-Rainmeter-Tiles so you probably want to post this query within the Rainmeter-plug-in thread.
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    Fixed : Missing 'units' from Shared Memory Support - or have I just broke something?

    Perfect, I hoped it was something unique to at least the host. Thank you.
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    Fixed : Missing 'units' from Shared Memory Support - or have I just broke something?

    Can you give me advice on these id's please as this may effect my database design in terms of history recording?
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    Fixed : Missing 'units' from Shared Memory Support - or have I just broke something?

    How so? Certainly not all of them, I would have renamed a few during testing but they all failed to report. Strange, but they are now working after the reset of preferences.
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    Fixed : Missing 'units' from Shared Memory Support - or have I just broke something?

    Fixed it - resetting the preferences resolved the issue! I would like to know why re-setting resolves this in case it was due to something I had done? I can see this coming up again when supporting my own software if the units stop reporting like they did for me? Thanks Note to Self: Try...
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    Fixed : Missing 'units' from Shared Memory Support - or have I just broke something?

    Running my C# side as a standalone and the units are missing from that output:- So I suspect one of the following:- A setting within HWiNFO I previously had enabled and after re-installing this has changed The Shared Memory Interface API has changed (previously confirmed as not changed as...
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    Fixed : Missing 'units' from Shared Memory Support - or have I just broke something?

    Can I also ask about the 'id' attribute which seems to be consistent across both the above readings i.e. Core #3 VID stays with the same id :33554435. How are these id's determined and are they constant/unique to the sensor (within the same build / across different hardware builds)? Thanks for...
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