Hello, Just a quick shout since I added experimental support for detecting "hung" applications. It is built into CheckProcState and works much like "started" and "stopped" but it now also has a "hung" state. You can use it like so: 1. When process (badapp.exe) is "responding" (not hung)

 CheckProcState quake.exe=stopped badapp.exe=started notepad++.exe=started OK:OK: All processes are running. CheckProcState quake.exe=stopped badapp.exe=hung notepad++.exe=started CRITICAL:CRITICAL: BadApp.exe: started (critical)

2. When process (badapp.exe) is "not responding" (hung)

 CheckProcState quake.exe=stopped badapp.exe=started notepad++.exe=started CRITICAL:CRITICAL: BadApp.exe: hung (critical) CheckProcState quake.exe=stopped badapp.exe=hung notepad++.exe=started OK:OK: All processes are running.

*NOTICE* this also has the automatic crash report submission built in (so be ware!). // Michael Medin

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