Changeset 652b6aeb1c1d87ec9ca1a232b6b58bbe2725c28c in xas-supervisor


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Timestamp:
12/21/15 15:51:28 (3 years ago)
Author:
Kevin L. Esteb <kevin@…>
Branches:
master
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git-author:
Kevin L. Esteb <kevin@…> (12/21/15 15:51:28)
git-committer:
Kevin L. Esteb <kevin@…> (12/21/15 15:51:28)
Message:

updating documentation

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trunk
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  • trunk/lib/XAS/Apps/Supervisor/Monitor.pm

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    8989of them and restart them if they should stop. 
    9090 
     91=head1 CONFIGURATION 
     92 
     93The configuration file is the familiar Windows .ini format. It has the 
     94following stanzas. 
     95 
     96 [supervisor: xas-logmon] 
     97 auto-start = 1 
     98 auto-restart = 1 
     99 command = xas-logmon  
     100 directory = / 
     101 environment = name1=value1;;name2=value2 
     102 exit-codes = 0,1 
     103 exit-retires = 5 
     104 group = xas 
     105 priority = 0 
     106 umask = 0022 
     107 user = xas 
     108 redirect = 0 
     109 
     110This stanza defines a process to manage. There can be multiple stanzas. The 
     111"xas-logmon" in the stanza name must be unique and is associated with the 
     112process. This name is used to control this process. Reasonable defaults 
     113have been defined within the code. You really only need to use 'command' to 
     114start a process. The following defaults are defined: 
     115 
     116 auto-start = 1 
     117 auto-restart = 1 
     118 directory = / 
     119 exit-codes = 0,1 
     120 exit-retires = 5 
     121 group = xas 
     122 priority = 0 
     123 umask = 0022 
     124 user = xas 
     125 redirect = 0 
     126 
     127Please see L<XAS::Lib::Process|XAS::Lib::Process> for more details. If  
     128"redirect" is 1, all output from that process will be written to the 
     129supervisors log file. 
     130 
    91131=head1 METHODS 
    92132 
  • trunk/lib/XAS/Supervisor/Monitor.pm

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    116116that are defined.  
    117117 
    118 =head1 CONFIGURATION 
    119  
    120 The configuration file is the familiar Windows .ini format. It has the 
    121 following stanzas. 
    122  
    123  [supervisor: xas-logmon] 
    124  auto-start = 1 
    125  auto-restart = 1 
    126  command = xas-logmon  
    127  directory = / 
    128  environment = name1=value1;;name2=value2 
    129  exit-codes = 0,1 
    130  exit-retires = 5 
    131  group = xas 
    132  priority = 0 
    133  umask = 0022 
    134  user = xas 
    135  redirect = 0 
    136  
    137 This stanza defines a process to manage. There can be multiple stanzas. The 
    138 "xas-logmon" in the stanza name must be unique and is associated with the 
    139 process. This name is used to control this process. Reasonable defaults 
    140 have been defined within the code. You really only need to use 'command' to 
    141 start a process. The following defaults are defined: 
    142  
    143  auto-start = 1 
    144  auto-restart = 1 
    145  directory = / 
    146  exit-codes = 0,1 
    147  exit-retires = 5 
    148  group = xas 
    149  priority = 0 
    150  umask = 0022 
    151  user = xas 
    152  redirect = 0 
    153  
    154 Please see L<XAS::Lib::Process|XAS::Lib::Process> for more details. If  
    155 "redirect" is 1, all output from that process will be written to the 
    156 supervisors log file. 
    157  
    158118=head1 METHODS 
    159119 
  • trunk/sbin/xas-supervisor

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    8484=head1 CONFIGURATION 
    8585 
    86 Please refer to L<XAS::Supervisor::Monitor|XAS::Supervisor::Monitor> for  
     86Please refer to L<XAS::Apps::Supervisor::Monitor|XAS::Apps::Supervisor::Monitor> for  
    8787configuration file information. 
    8888 
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