david at rabbitmq.com
Tue Jul 5 14:46:42 BST 2011
Ronen <narkisr at gmail.com> writes:
> David did you mean to use:
> "setsid sh -c 'echo $$ >$PIDFILE ; exec rabbitmq-server </dev/null >
> $RABBITMQ_LOG_BASE/rabbitmq_startup_log 2>&1' &
> rabbitmqctl wait >/dev/null 2>&1"
> As the monit command entry or to use it within the init file itself?
You'll need to incorporate that into a script that monit runs. It
should be easy to incorporate into the rabbitmq-server init script,
which already contains commands very like those.
Staff Engineer, RabbitMQ
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