|Stuart Shelton 2a965054d9 If a 'restart' action fails, try a 'stop' followed by a 'start'...||1 year ago|
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|openrc-restart-crashed||1 year ago|
Usage: openrc-restart-crashed [--quiet] [-- service_to_restart[,...]]
Report on any services which have crashed, and restart them automatically if they are specified on the command-line, or match those pre-defined at the top of the script. These services which will be restarted automatically by default are:
... and further services may be trivially inserted.
openrc-restart-crashed is intended to be run regularly from cron - a typical
/etc/cron.d/openrc-restart-crashed might read:
# Global variables SHELL=/bin/sh PATH=/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin MAILTO=root HOME=/ # Local variables services="monit" # Fields: # minute (0-59) # hour (0-23) # day of month (1-31) # month of year (1-12) # day of week (0-6, Sunday == 0) * * * * * root test -x /usr/local/sbin/openrc-restart-crashed && /usr/local/sbin/openrc-restart-crashed --quiet -- $services # vi: set nowrap:
... and would cause any of the services above and also
monit to be restarted
within a minute if they were marked as crashed by OpenRC.