Hello Laurent,

I see that as a principle, and I support it.

However, the VPS servers don't have much option
left to me, I can install my own system with s6,
or I can use the ready Debian, Ubuntu and similar.

Anyway, right now it works, even if it starts, and
I interrupt it, it continues working due to
supervisor probably.

I just switched from daemontools which I used for
years to s6 software as it is maintained, even I
never had problems with daemontools, it just
works like s6.


On Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 03:58:43PM +0000, Laurent Bercot wrote:
> > Do you have example settings for systemd to
> > start s6-svscan?
>  I don't, sorry. I never bothered to learn the
> syntax, and I kinda omitted systemd from the
> https://skarnet.org/software/s6/s6-svscan-not-1.html
> page on purpose.
>  But I'm sure somebody somewhere has such an example, and if not, it
> really shouldn't be too hard, because it's a very simple service.
> --
>  Laurent

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