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Baron Schwartz is an expert on MySQL and LAMP performance and scalability. He's the Vice President of Consulting at Percona, where he helps customers architect and build some of the largest LAMP applications around. He is the lead author of High Performance MySQL. He has created several popular open-source software projects, including Maatkit. He posts regularly on the MySQL Performance Blog and the Xaprb blog.


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comment Running arbitrary program as daemon from init script
Sorry, but this is not what I am looking for. As I said, I need the program to run as a service and be managed by the services framework.
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comment Netcat (nc) traditional package for RHEL 6.x?
Oh, my mistake, sorry for not reading closely enough. I jumped to a conclusion. In any case, nc_cmd should be the right solution, unless there is something about the nc you're using that simply prevents it from actually working. If it can work at all, it should be a matter of finding the right options to use for your nc.
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