runit maintenance / development

2014-07-25 Thread Gerrit Pape
Hi Jim, On Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 11:21:55PM +, James Powell wrote: 5. And lastly, we've succeeded in several test phases to determine the longevity of a new init system, and have determined Runit passes all our current criteria, and now we need help redeploying it out for other

RE: Rare runsv logging problem

2014-07-25 Thread James Powell
My question is why are you running Upstart? Runit has it's own init so Upstart is pointless. Runit's binary should maintain runsv. It also could depend on the run script also having an improper handling. Sent from my Windows Phone From: Caleb

Re: Rare runsv logging problem

2014-07-25 Thread Caleb Spare
On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 9:35 PM, James Powell james4...@hotmail.com wrote: My question is why are you running Upstart? Runit has it's own init so Upstart is pointless. Ubuntu uses upstart; this configuration is how runit is packaged in that distro. Replacing PID 1 on our servers with runit is

RE: Rare runsv logging problem

2014-07-25 Thread James Powell
Another thing could be that the service may not need a log. I've directed a lot of unwanted output to /dev/null. Can you post one of your run files as an example? Sent from my Windows Phone From: James Powellmailto:james4...@hotmail.com Sent: ‎7/‎25/‎2014 9:35