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# /etc/init/workers.conf - manage a set of Sidekiqs
# This example config should work with Ubuntu 12.04+. It
# allows you to manage multiple Sidekiq instances with
# Upstart, Ubuntu's native service management tool.
#
# See sidekiq.conf for how to manage a single Sidekiq instance.
#
# Use "stop workers" to stop all Sidekiq instances.
# Use "start workers" to start all instances.
# Use "restart workers" to restart all instances.
# Crazy, right?
#
description "manages the set of sidekiq processes"
# This starts upon bootup and stops on shutdown
start on runlevel [2345]
stop on runlevel [06]
# Set this to the number of Sidekiq processes you want
# to run on this machine
env NUM_WORKERS=2
pre-start script
for i in `seq 1 ${NUM_WORKERS}`
do
start sidekiq index=$i
done
end script
post-stop script
for i in `seq 1 ${NUM_WORKERS}`
do
stop sidekiq index=$i
done
end script