Questions about: upstart

Question:I am using upstart for services on my servers. Writing a conf file and placing it in /etc/init is easy enough, but that doesn't seem to completely install. For one, the service --status-all doesn't list my new service
At work I run a bunch of small apps that do little analytics and monitoring tasks, all spread across servers at Rackspace and Amazon. Haskell is great for these types of apps since the resident memory usage is often only 2-4mb, which makes good use o
Questions: I need to write a shell script to start and stop an android service . Answers: I’m a beginner in Android, but got it working like this: in AndroidManifest. xml, make sure you, inside , have something like this: where YourServiceSubClassNam
All of the following information (and quite a lot more useful Upstart help) is from The Upstart Cookbook. Section 18 covers debugging. http://upstart
On Sat, 2009-04-18 at 22:32 +0800, Nathan Huang wrote: > Hi guys > I face a problem, What 's the difference between these two commands? > > [mirandam@charon ~]$ su -c '/etc/init. d/NetworkManager stop' > > [mirandam@charon ~]$ |su -
This guide shows you how to enable and disable services in Linux. This is the command line method of enabling and disabling services. Some Linux distributions like Fedora, Ubuntu and so on do provide a GUI front-end as well
I am a new Ubuntu Linux user. I need to install a package called package. deb