I have python server based on django and celery. Each time computer restarts, apache2 starts so my server is working, BUT I have to restart celery manually (going to my project directory and executing "python manage.py celeryd"). What is the correct solution for production? I mean, is there a possibility to start celery as daemon?
Here http://github.com/ask/celery/tree/master/contrib/debian/init.d/ I found two scripts which looks like they should be in /etc/init.d/ like apache2 script that starts apache2. But I put them to /etc/init.d/ and as I see nothing changes.