FileSystemWatcher - Limits on usage in a Windows Service

Are there any known practical/theoretical limits to the number of FileSystemWatcher objects I can have implemented in a single Windows service? Based on my research I know I can create the objects at run time and add them to an fsw collection for ease of handling. But when would I start to get into trouble with performance, etc. I need a general fsw service that can monitor multiple directories from each of many lines of business (each has there own directory structure). Thanks. Alan.
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dprasadCommented:
i'm not sure, rare circumstances according to this article..gives a suggestion on a recovery procedure

http://www.knowdotnet.com/articles/fwrecovery.html

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