I don't use the make install part of the makefile :)
On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 9:20 AM, Mattias Jiderhamn <
> How then are you supposed to go about upgrading Resin? Is there a
> parameter to the "configure" script to avoid creating/overwriting
> If not, could such parameter be added...?
> jkowall wrote (2010-08-31 14:45):
> On RHEL, it should be /etc/init.d/ for sure, and you manage the startup
> scripts with /sbin/sysconfig
> On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 8:38 AM, Mattias Jiderhamn <
> mj-li...@expertsystems.se> wrote:
>> We are on RedHat Enterprise Linux 4/5.
>> Note that the question is not the configuration itself, but *where* is the
>> proper place for such configuration. The file we use now is overwritten with
>> "the one which ships with Resin" on every Resin update.
>> jkowall wrote (2010-08-31 14:19):
>> Depends on the version of Unix you are on exactly. I customized the init
>> script quite a bit, so I don't use the one which ships with Resin. Which
>> version/distribution are you using? I can share the one I use if you'd
>> On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 4:10 AM, Mattias Jiderhamn <
>> mj-li...@expertsystems.se> wrote:
>>> (I am not by far a *nix wizz, nor the admin of our production servers,
>>> so please bear with me)
>>> Historically we have edited the /etc/init.d/resin script to customize
>>> the Resin startup, such as setting the server root directory or
>>> assigning CPU cores with taskdef.
>>> In the 4.0.x branch this file is overwritten at each minor upgrade by
>>> "make install". Does this mean this is (no longer) the recommended way
>>> of configuring the startup, and there is some other means we should look
>>> at instead...?
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