Re: runit-1.9.0 available
Zachary Kotlarek <president <at> cynicbytrade.com>
2008-05-16 01:25:47 GMT
On May 15, 2008, at 12:10 PM, Charles Duffy wrote:
> George Georgalis wrote:
>> On Tue 13 May 2008 at 10:48:59 AM +0000, Gerrit Pape wrote:
>>> Robin Bowes <robin-lists <at> robinbowes.com> writes:
>>>> Gerrit Pape wrote:
>>>>> When installing runit on a system that should comply with the
>>>>> Hierarchy Standard (FHS), neither /service/ nor /var/service/
>>>>> should be
>>>>> chosen, but /etc/service/. It is recommended to create a
>>>>> symlink /service pointing to /etc/service in this case.
>>>> Is this for the actual service configurations, or the directory
>>>> monitored by runsvdir-start ?
>>> The latter.
>> Why not /etc/service as a default for all systems?
>> (as I speculate it's related to /etc/opt : Configuration files for /
> I've built netbooting/embedded systems where /etc was mounted read-
> only. Putting the run, check, supervise and finish scripts there
> makes sense -- but it would be nice if the supervise directories
> could be split out and stored elsewhere (presumably on tmpfs) in
> such environments.
I do that exactly -- /, including /etc, is read-only on most of my
systems. I put scripts in /etc/supervise so they hit the configuration
management, and symlink the supervise directory to /var/tmp/run/