I am having trouble with setting service with proper logging using running. Here is a brief overview of files and scripts I created according to runit's documentation and other resources I found in the internt:

I am using runit under debian, hence:

`/etc/service/test` -> link to `/etc/sv/test`.

Under `/etc/sv/test:
  
    $ ls /etc/sv/test
    finish  log  run
    $ ls /etc/sv/test/log
    config  run

The scripts `run` and `finish` are pretty simple:

    root@data1:/etc/sv/test $ cat /etc/sv/test/run
    #!/bin/sh
    
    touch /tmp/pid
    echo $$ > /tmp/pid
    
    while true; do
        date
        sleep 3
    done
    root@data1:/etc/sv/test $ cat /etc/sv/test/finish
    #!/bin/sh
    
    kill `cat /tmp/pid`

And the `log`script is also very easy:

   cat  /etc/sv/test/log/run

    #!/bin/sh
    exec svlogd -t /var/log/test


The directory `/var/log/test` exists, and the service runs. 

    $ sv s test
    run: test: (pid 11547) 536s; down: log: 1s, normally up, want up

But the log directory is empty ... What am I missing? Where is all the logging information ? 

### update:

I also made sure all scripts are executable.

### update 2:

It seems that the `sv` fails to start the logging script for some reason!

    $ sv s test
    run: test: (pid 14612) 5s; down: log: 0s, normally up, want up

### update 3:

If you want to stop the logging script you have to issue:


    $ sv d test/log