Jack L. Frost
Signed-off-by: fbt <email@example.com>
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Yet another service manager.
A service is a script in the ssm's init.d directory.
By default it's /etc/ssm/services for system services and $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/ssm/services for user ones.
Note that they are BASH scripts that get sourced by
ssm. Same pitfalls apply.
Hopefully, you won't have to do complex logic in the services.
cgroups = 0— Enable cgroup-related features.
service_command = /usr/bin/example -a --long-arg "parameter"
Optional settings (incomplete list):
service_respawn = no— Restart the service. Takes
service_workdir = /
service_pidfile— If the service manages its own pidfile, set this.
service_pidfile_timeout = 15— How long to wait for the service to create its pidfile.
service_pidfile_remove_stale = yes— Remove stale pidfiles before spawning the service process.
service_logfile_out = "$logdir/$service_name.log"— Logfile for output.
service_logfile_err = "$service_logfile_out"— Logfile for stderr.
service_stop_timeout = 30— How long to wait after sending the stop command.
service_ready_timeout = 15— How long to wait till the service is ready, in seconds.
service_stop_signal = 15— Which signal to send to the service when stopping.
service_reload_signal = 1— Which signal to send to the service when reloading.
service_cgroup_exclusive = no— Refuse to start the service if the cgroup is not empty.
service_cgroup_wait = no— Wait on the entire cgroup to die when stopping the service.
service_cgroup_strict = 1— Refuse to do anything if the service's recorded PID is both running and not in the service's appropriate cgroup. This usually means you've either found a bug or something bad happened to your system.
service_cgroup_kill = no— Kill the entire cgroup when stopping the service.
service_cgroup_kill_signal = 15— Which signal to use for that.
service_cgroup_cleanup = no— Kill the entire cgroup on watchdog cleanup. Note that it is distinctly not the same as killing the cgroup on stopping.
service_success_exit = 0— Array. Which exit codes to treat as successful termination. Only works for managed services (With no custom pidfile).
service_oneshot = no— The service is supposed to do something and die instead of daemonizing.
service_signals_passthru— Array, empty by default. Which signals should the svc pass directly to the service mainpid. This is dangerous, use with caution.
Mind your expansions.