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Ramona

Your next favorite supervisor component.

Ramona is an enterprise-grade runtime supervisor that allows controlling and monitoring software programs during their execution life cycle.

It provides supervisor/console functionality of init.d-like start/stop control, continuous integration (e.g. unit/functional/performance test launcher), deployment automation and other command-line oriented features. It is design the way that you should be able to extend that easily if needed (e.g. to include your own commands or tasks).

It is implemented in Python but it is not limited to be used only in Python projects.

Target platforms are all modern UNIXes, BSD derivates and Windows.

Quick introduction

Let's assume your project (named foo) directory looks as follow:

foo/
    bin/
    share/
    src/
    docs/
    foo.py <--- this is Ramona
    foo.conf

Ramona system will the provide you with following command-line API:

$ ./foo.py --help
usage: foo.py [-h] [-c CONFIGFILE] [-d] [-s]
               {start,stop,restart,status,help,console,server,clean,unittests}
               ...

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -c CONFIGFILE, --config CONFIGFILE
                        Specify configuration file(s) to read (this option can
                        be given more times). This will override build-in
                        application level configuration.
  -d, --debug           Enable debug (verbose) output.
  -s, --silent          Enable silent mode of operation (only errors are
                        printed).

subcommands:
  {start,stop,restart,status,help,console,server}
    start               Launch subprocess(es)
    stop                Terminate subprocess(es)
    restart             Restart subprocess(es)
    status              Show status of subprocess(es)
    help                Display help
    console             Enter interactive console mode
    server              Launch server in the foreground

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