Depending on the desired LifesignCheck frequency you can modify this setting to change the responsiveness to the heartbeat mechanism of the services that are being monitored by the ZyLAB Services Monitor. The LifesignCheck.Interval value defines (in milliseconds) how often the ServiceMonitor.NTService is checked. The ZyLAB Services Monitor Manager monitors all current ZyLAB services and restarts them if the services are stopped unintended. The NTService.MaxShutdownTime value defines (in milliseconds) how long the interval should be between informing the Windows NT Services Controller that the ZyLAB.ServiceMonitor.NTService needs to be stopped, and actually stopping the service with a Kill() commando.
The settings can be configured in the ZyLAB.ServiceMonitor.NTService.exe.config file.
..\Program Files (x86)\ZyLAB\Information Management Platform\ServiceMonitor.NTService
<add key="LifesignCheck.Interval" value="15000"/>
<add key="NTService.MaxShutdownTime" value="15000"/>
Make sure that sufficient user permissions apply before changing these settings.
(Make sure to have a backup in place before commiting any changes to the configuration files)