Adam Tauno Williams
awilliam at opengroupware.us
Fri Jan 29 17:07:07 CET 2010
On Fri, 2010-01-29 at 07:54 -0800, Thomas Allen wrote:
> I have a script that runs an instance of SimpleXMLRPCServer and in
> general it works as expected. In its __del__, it is supposed to clean
> up its PID file (written on boot). I have two problems with this
> server instance: The first is that tt doesn't always clean up its PID
> file; is there a more reliable way to do this than how I am currently?
> The second is that when it does crash, I don't know about it...what
> would be sufficient as a "keep-alive" script to restart it? I suppose
> I could use something like EventMachine (already installed on my
> server) to watch the PID file if it were deleted reliably.
Why don't you wrap the server in a try/except block? Then if an
exception occurs killing the server you can automatically restart and/or
send an e-mail to an admin address.
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