[Baypiggies] daemon tools
matt at matt-good.net
Tue Jul 8 18:23:03 CEST 2008
On Jul 8, 2008, at 6:55 AM, Simeon Franklin wrote:
> I've used supervisor (after Drew mentioned it) to good success. I
> didn't bother coding up a proper rc script - just dropping a startup
> line in /etc/rc.local gets it going on bootup and I use the
> supervisorctl shell when I need to reload the config, restart the
> supervisor process, etc. This mitigates not having
> `/etc/init.d/supervisort restart` available...
Yeah, same here.
> - Simeon Franklin
>> Message: 6
>> Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2008 00:43:05 -0700
>> From: "Shannon -jj Behrens" <jjinux at gmail.com>
>> Subject: [Baypiggies] daemon tools
>> To: Baypiggies <baypiggies at python.org>
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>> Can anyone give me advice about runit vs. daemontools vs. monit vs.
>> My initial feeling was to use runit. Then I remembered that Drew
>> liked supervisor. I went to use supervisor only to realize that it
>> didn't come with a rc script for Ubuntu. Hence, I can use supervisor
>> to start other daemons, but there's no canonical script to start the
>> supervisor daemon! ;)
>> It's a walled garden, but the flowers sure are lovely!
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