On Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 05:51:01PM -0400, Steve Litt wrote:
> So you can either do it like you are now, and if s6svscanboot goes down
> your whole supervision tree goes down and stays down, or you can make a
> systemd unit file for s6 and run it from there, and if s6-svscanboot
> goes down it will come right back up. You can probably experiment at
> home with a Debian virtual machine host to get just the right unit file
> and how to tell it to run itself.
As for me is just important to run 3 http daemons
under Nginx, now I made it simpler, after
recommendations from this list, I have
and if I write: service s6 start (after stop), I
can see I am still bound to console, which is for
me as user not so clear why. For example nginx
releases me back to console.
But I press C-c and daemons are running.
On reboot everything is fine and running too.