I know we've discussed this a bit in the past, but it seems that Resin is 
ever-evolving on the subject.

Is there guidance on the right way to set up Resin as a Mac OS X LaunchDaemon? 
I'm currently launching it like this:

$ /bin/launchctl submit -l com.caucho.resin -p 
/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Home/bin/java -o 
/Users/rmann/Desktop/stdout.log -e /Users/rmann/Desktop/stderr.log -- 
/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Home/bin/java -server -d64 
-Djava.awt.headless=true -ea -esa -Dfile.encoding=utf-8 -jar 
/Library/Resin/Current/lib/resin.jar -verbose -root-directory 
/Library/Resin/Root -conf /Library/Resin/Resin.xml console

But when I try to stop it with

$ launchctl stop com.caucho.resin

It stops and restarts. I'm not sure if that's launchd restarting it, or if 
resin's watchdog is somehow getting involved. But I (think I) just want to run 
resin without the watchdog (which means a lot of config has to be supplied on 
the command line/Launchd plist).

Any suggestions? Thanks!


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