A Node.js Command Line Program to Keep Your App Running Indefinitely; Like the Program Forever
I have a command line app that is nasty to debug. It's working fine for the first five minutes or so and then it crashes. Thus, Buzz was born.
But really, it's utility is that it's a much simpler Forever.
The name comes from Buzz Lightyear in the movie Toy Story. His popular phrase was: To infinity and beyond!
Install it via npm:
npm install -g buzz
Usage: buzz [options] cmd args Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -t, --time [time] Kill program after time in (seconds). -d, --delay [time] Restart program after delay in (seconds). Examples: $ buzz -t 3600 your-long-running-script.sh --input-file records.txt
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Copyright (c) 2011-2013 JP Richardson
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