• CentOS下安装使用start-stop-daemon



    wget http://developer.axis.com/download/distribution/apps-sys-utils-start-stop-daemon-IR1_9_18-2.tar.gz

    tar zxf apps-sys-utils-start-stop-daemon-IR1_9_18-2.tar.gz

    mv apps/sys-utils/start-stop-daemon-IR1_9_18-2/ ./

    rm -rf apps

    cd start-stop-daemon-IR1_9_18-2/

    cc start-stop-daemon.c -o start-stop-daemon

    cp start-stop-daemon /usr/local/bin/start-stop-daemon


    [root@localhost ~]# start-stop-daemon --help
    start-stop-daemon 1.9.18 for Debian - small and fast C version written by
    Marek Michalkiewicz <marekm@i17linuxb.ists.pwr.wroc.pl>, public domain.

      start-stop-daemon -S|--start options ... -- arguments ...
      start-stop-daemon -K|--stop options ...
      start-stop-daemon -H|--help
      start-stop-daemon -V|--version

    Options (at least one of --exec|--pidfile|--user is required):
      -x|--exec <executable>        program to start/check if it is running
      -p|--pidfile <pid-file>       pid file to check
      -c|--chuid <name|uid[:group|gid]>
                    change to this user/group before starting process
      -u|--user <username>|<uid>    stop processes owned by this user
      -n|--name <process-name>      stop processes with this name
      -s|--signal <signal>          signal to send (default TERM)
      -a|--startas <pathname>       program to start (default is <executable>)
      -N|--nicelevel <incr>         add incr to the process's nice level
      -b|--background               force the process to detach
      -m|--make-pidfile             create the pidfile before starting
      -R|--retry <schedule>         check whether processes die, and retry
      -t|--test                     test mode, don't do anything
      -o|--oknodo                   exit status 0 (not 1) if nothing done
      -q|--quiet                    be more quiet
      -v|--verbose                  be more verbose
    Retry <schedule> is <item>|/<item>/... where <item> is one of
    -<signal-num>|[-]<signal-name>  send that signal
    <timeout>                       wait that many seconds
    forever                         repeat remainder forever
    or <schedule> may be just <timeout>, meaning <signal>/<timeout>/KILL/<timeout>

    Exit status:  0 = done      1 = nothing done (=> 0 if --oknodo)
                  3 = trouble   2 = with --retry, processes wouldn't die