The source of your confusion is that you probably want
> a way to stop and start it cleanly. I've heard people > like daemontools for that, although the wrong and filthy > way to do it is to run the fastcgi script in a screen session.
One can also use the daemon start/stop scripts of the operating system. That should be clean enough.
For instance I created a start/stop script in the Gentoo /etc/rc.d directory, which manages the things and assing the correct UID to the process. Works smoothly.
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