Supervisord does not come with an init script or does not indicate how to get it started automatically, ie. after a reboot. I've tried some user-contributed /etc/init.d scripts, but they all fail.
What would be the preferred solution ?
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Actually, I found one that works here http://gist.github.com/176149. To install it:
to run it
and to automatically schedule it, do
Make ensure correct pid in /etc/supervisord.conf which is mapped in /etc/init.d/supervisord
Stop and Start work properly
This is working for me on Ubuntu 10.04.3 LTS. It also appears to work in 8.04:
Add the following to
None of the other answers worked for me.
There is a Debian/Ubuntu script in official Supervisor GitHub repo:
Supervisor appears to now be in apt repository, so it shouldn't be necessary to hand-craft init files, just:
You may want to first clean out (and backup) your old files prior to installation.
I created an upstart script for ubuntu 9.10
For example I installed supervisor into a virtual environment, then start and control supervisor from upstart.
create a text file /etc/init/supervisord.conf
the contents are:
It will automatically start supervisor on boot. To manually start after creating the .conf file, use
sudo start supervisord
To manually stop the service, use
sudo stop supervisord
This is what I use on RHEL 5.4 and CentOS 5.5
I'm not sure wether it's depending on some configuration settings in my supervisord.conf. But it seems to work OK.
You need to run the following command after installing it