# Read commands to keep up from STDIN $ supervise_me Enter commands to supervise, one per line plackup -p 3010 ./sites/x/app.psgi plackup -p 3011 ./sites/y/app.psgi ^D # Script it $ cat script.me plackup -p 3010 ./sites/x/app.psgi plackup -p 3011 ./sites/y/app.psgi $ supervise_me < script.me
supervise_me command is a simple supervisor for multiple process.
It reads a list of commands to execute from
STDIN and starts each one, and then monitors their execution. If one of the program dies, the supervisor will restart it after a small 1 second pause.
You can restart the supervised process with
Ctrl-C. If you hit
Ctrl-C again before the supervised process restart, the supervisor will exit. This allows you to use one tap of
Ctrl-C to restart, and a double tap to exit.
The script accepts no arguments on the command line.
The script doesn't have any command line options.
You can set the
SUPERVISE_ME_DEBUG environment variable to 1 to show debug information about the internal workings of the supervisor.