Upstart is an event-based replacement for the /sbin/init daemon which handles starting of tasks and services during boot, stopping them during shutdown and supervising them while the system is running.

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upstart scripts: run a task after networking goes up

I'm working on moving my current server setup to newer hardware, and migrating from ubuntu karmic koala to lucid lynx. Currently i'm using gw6c (compiled from the gogo6 website, as opposed to the ...
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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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CentOS 6 and upstart

The new CentOS 6 comes with Upstart, replacing init. I am trying to convert an /etc/inittab file to the new upstart format. This particular server only has 15 or so inittab entries, however, other ...
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Solaris SMF to Upstart on RHEL6

I am planning a migration from Solaris/x86 to RHEL6. Part of this migration will be migrating services from SMF to the RHEL6 equivalent, which appears to be upstart. While init.d scripts still seem to ...
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Setting up mongodb via upstart - how to pass options?

I installed MongoDB in an Ubuntu Server VM inside VMware using these instructions: http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/tutorial/install-mongodb-on-ubuntu/. Everything works fine, and I can access MongoDB ...