Hello

Why not using Java Wrapper Service?
http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.org/doc/english/download.jsp
You can configure any java process as real windows services instead of batch files

Richard

On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 8:34 PM, Kochheiser,Todd W - TO-DITT1 <twkochheiser@bpa.gov> wrote:
For various reasons I am required to deploy systems on Windows.  As such, I went looking for information on running Cassandra as a Windows service.  I’ve read some of the user threads regarding running Cassandra as a Windows service, such as this one:
 
 
I also found the following JIRA issue:
 
 
As it didn’t look like anyone has contributed a formal solution and having some experience using Apache’s Procrun (http://commons.apache.org/daemon/procrun.html), I decided to go ahead and write a batch script and a simple “WindowsService” class to accomplish the task.  The WindowsService class only makes calls to public methods in CassandraDeamon and is fairly simple.  In combination with the batch script, it is very easy to install and remove the service.  At this point, I’ve installed Cassandra as a Windows service on XP (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit) and Windows Server 2008 R1/R2 (64 bit).  It should work fine on other version of Windows (2K, 2K3).
 
Questions:
 
  1. Has anyone else already done this work?
  2. If not, I wouldn’t mind sharing the code/script or contributing it back to the project.  Is there any interest in this from the Cassandra dev team or the user community?
 
Ideally the WindowsService could be included in the distributed source/binary distributions (perhaps in a contrib area) as well as the batch script and associated procrun executables.  Or, perhaps it could be posted to a Cassandra community site (is there one?). 
 
Todd