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On Thu, Dec 11, 2003 at 11:07:25PM +0100, Peter S. Mazinger wrote:
> On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 david@... wrote:
> > On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 10:09:51PM +0100, Peter S. Mazinger wrote:
> > > Not in busybox, but you'll find it on http://www.fefe.de/minit/ and there
> > > is a link to another explanation (attached) and configs.
> > >
> > wow, minit is really cool.... from the docs page:
> > "Minit puts all its configuration-files into /etc/minit by default, but
> > you can change that very easy. Minit brings two companion utilities
> > with it: msvc and pidfilehack. msvc can start and stop processes just
> > like svc from the daemontools. pidfilehack can be used to run daemons
> > like ssh, read the PID and tell minit this PID so minit will know when
> > sshd exits and can restart it."
> > looks like everything we need is already taken care of with minit...
> > * special config info for each service can be set
> > * dependancies
> > * specific CLI switches(parameters) for each service
> > * tracking of run away services(go find th pid!)
> > * logging
> > I've got some things that I've been working with, and I figure adding
> > minit would be a good little test. I'll post my results in the next
> > couple of days.
> I have already a busybox based version of the startup files (busybox ash
> scripts) the only non-busybox utility is devfsd (I do not know how the
> /etc/devfsd.conf should look like to conform to busybox's devfsd needs
> Interested? I'll send you a tarball of my /etc/minit.
sure sounds good. I also found some example stuff on the minit
website here: http://www.fefe.de/minit/minit-data.tar.bz2
more exmaples are always fun!
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