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Init script to run overlapping servers at service restart

How can I create a init script that starts (and tracks) the new process before the old is completely terminated at restart? I am developing a node.js service that needs to be able to restart ...
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setuid upstart not working

I have created a .conf file in which I include setuid mario setgid mario in order to run as mario user. The program I run in the exec command is forever which runs an instance of node which ...
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Permanently Disable Init Service

I just provisioned a new VPS running CentOS 6, and it comes with Apache. I want to disable Apache, because I will be using Nginx instead. I know I can just delete the script in /etc/init.d/, but I ...
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What is the “best” `start on` value for an Upstart (init) scripts?

I often see start on runlevel [2345] in Upstart init scripts, but sometimes (e.g., here) I see other events being used to determine start time. How do I know which events (or status codes) should be ...
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chkconfig equivalent for upstart jobs on CentOS6

On RHEL6/CentOS6 what is the upstart way to: chkconfig add my-svc chkconfig my-svc on Explanation: I have written an /etc/init/xvc0.conf job. I can do start xvc0 on the CLI, but after reboot ...
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Ubuntu - Upstart with a python script that start and finish their own processes

I'm trying to setup with Upstart a python script that launch several internal procs and kill them if is required with this sentences: $ listener.py -startall $ listener.py -killall My Upstart file: ...
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Upstart: defining service dependencies / priorities

I am working on an app which runs several services / daemons using upstart. These should start on system startup, but only after the DB server (in our case mongo) was started. I am looking for the ...
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Ubuntu upstart script for tracd hangs on start/stop

I'm trying to set up an Ubuntu (12.04 LTS) upstart script to manage Trac's built in web server as an upstream server for nginx. Here is my init script /etc/init/tracd.conf. I used ...
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Upstart and pre/post scripts

I run into an issue with upstart where I want to update an init config, but just restarting the job doesn't apply the changes. For example: I've got job xyz running I modify the /etc/init/xyz.conf ...
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Can I use Upstart to start a script which requires the user's X session?

I wrote a script which greps through the output of synclient to determine whether a laptop's touchpad has miraculously turned itself off (Ubuntu seems to /love/ doing this recently) and, if so, turns ...
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How to install init-checkconf for upstart?

Upstart is installed, but init-checkconf is not. Any ideas how to get both? $ sudo init-checkconf sudo: init-checkconf: command not found $ sudo dpkg --get-selections | grep upstart upstart ...
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Is it possible to set an Upstart service to stop $LAST

I'm wanting the rsyslog service to run until the last moment to ensure we receive as much logging as possible on our central logging servers. On Ubuntu 11.04, rsyslog's stop line is set to "stop on ...
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Oneiric's init (upstart) taking up 99% cpu on openvz

I'm having a problem with a openvz vps which came with Ubuntu Natty (11.04) and I recently upgraded to Oneiric (11.10). After a reboot I found the init process stuck at ~99% cpu and the loadavg ...
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/etc/inittab respawn script migrating from RHEL/CentOS 5.x to 6.x

I have a non-forking perl script running as a TCP-sockets daemon (this script is a backend for a multiplayer game) in CentOS 5.7. It is being started and respawned by /etc/inittab: ...
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Using Upstart to Manage AutoSSH Reverse Tunnel

I'm using upstart to manage a reverse SSH tunnel via autossh. When I do a "sudo start tunnel" the connection comes up just fine; however the command is not being automatically run when the networking ...
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Ubuntu Server: Running processes at boot time

How do I make Ubuntu Servers run services at boot time, in a specific order? I have read a bit about Upstart, init.d and inittab, and I'm not sure what's the right approach for doing it. Thanks, ...