I have a Ubuntu server with a bunch of Upstart services configured on it. I "own" those Upstart services, ie, I made the scripts myself and they're only used for the purpose of that server. I'd like ...
I created a bunch of upstart jobs for my services that I'm running on an Ubuntu 12.04. I can successfully start them and stop with with: service my_service start service my_service stop but they ...
On Ubuntu 10.04, I need to start my service with upstart, but only when mysql is up and running. The problem is that mysql itself is not handled by upstart, so I can't use the "start on" feature. ...
On Ubuntu 11.10, if I run /usr/bin/cserver -c /etc/cserver.conf & it'll work fine. But if I run service cserver start or /etc/init.d/cserver start as I did on 10.10, it won't. It just says ...
As far as I know karmic uses upstart to control some of the services. Is there any way to restart the networking service without rebooting the system? The problem is that when I try to do it in any ...