REQ: [icecast-dev] Parent Id
Dave St John
dstjohn at mediacast1.com
Mon Dec 1 15:34:47 PST 2003
well your solution is a quick fix for the dreaded
echo $! | tee pids/file/pid
method, which only capture the children fired off into daemon land ;)
it is much appreaciated.
<p><p><p><p>Dave St John
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<p>> Dave St John wrote:
> [pid files]
> > Yeah i agree. they are useless in way, but in terms of managing 100's of
> > config files in a hosting environment,
> > it can get to be a major pain.
> Whee, this gives me a new perspective to look at the whole thing. :)
> Indeed, in this case, pid files can be a great help. Anyway, as long as
> there aren't multiple instances of the same program that need to be
> controlled by scripts, that pidof script is doing a better job than PID
> files... it just sounds like it isn't the right tool for the job in your
> case. Sorry if I made it sound like "eye iz haev teh ulitmaet solutoni".
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