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Trinidad Daemon Extension ======= # DESCRIPTION Extension to run Trinidad server as a daemon. [WARNING] This extension only works with Trinidad 0.8.3 or above. # INSTALLATION jruby -S gem install trinidad_daemon_extension # USAGE This extension can be enabled from the Trinidad's configuration file or from the command line. It uses a temporal directory to write the pid file but its route can be overrided. * To enable it from the configuration file you have to add a section "extensions" to the root of the file and the section "daemon" to this one. The pid file can be specified there: --- extensions: daemon: pid_file: ./trinidad.pid # this is optional by default the extension writes the pid file into a temporal directory. * To enable it from the command line you have to load the extension first and then add one of these options: --daemonize [PID_FILE] for instance: $ jruby -S trinidad --load daemon --daemonize ./trinidad.pid The extension also allows to add new JVM arguments to run the daemon with. They just need to be added into the configuration file: --- extensions: daemon: jvm_args: '-XX:MaxPermSize=512m' You can find further information on how to write your own extension in the wiki: http://wiki.github.com/calavera/trinidad/extensions # DEVELOPMENT Copy the hooks into git-hooks directory to .git/hooks to make sure the jar file is updated when the java code is modified. # Copyright Copyright (c) 2010 David Calavera. See LICENSE for details.