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Help Writing C# Windows Service - Stops after 30 minutes

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We have a problem where tasks get "locked" on the server randomly. We want to write a process that checks the process every 30 seconds. If it's CPU is over 25%, we want it to wait 30 seconds, then check it again. If it's over 25%, it will kill the process and send an email to notify us. This is the first Windows Process I've written, so it might not be using the best method. The problem with my code is that after 30 minutes it seems that the process gets lost.

Attached is a Zip file containing my code.

Any help in refining the code or identifying the issue is greatly appreciated.


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