Posted: Sun Sep 02, 2007 2:02 pm Post subject: Command Line
I know that all servers can be started from the command line by using 'sdcontrol /start' in a batch file however is there a way to start/stop an individual server via the command line or is there a way to pause/resume an individual server (that is currently running) via the command line...??
The reason I ask is that I'm writing an application that needs to start/stop or pause/resume a server on a scheduled basis. As we use serverdoc to control our servers I was hoping that there was a way to serverdoc to do this. I cannot seem to utilise the web interface as it requires authentication and your method of authentication seems to make it impossible to stop/start a server without manual intervention.
Sorry... I didn't mean my post to sound accusatory regarding regarding authentication... I meerly meant the authentication method you had chosen to use... anyway... thanks for the info... I'll give it a go and see if I have any trouble.
The software I'm developing will monitor the live game server logs for swearing/racist remarks etc and take appropriate action kick/ban and the abilty to publish offenders to the web etc... As such I need my software to occasionally clear & archive the logs therefore it needs the ability to stop & start a game server. My software could easily control the game server directly (but this would affect those that use serverdoc) therefore I want to give people the option of either using my own software to directly start/stop the server or to use serverdoc (my prefered option). Hopefully with the info you've provided I can move forward... thanks...
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