Announcing jruby-jsvc

Hi all,

A while ago I said I’d do it, and now I have. I’ve put our jruby-jsvc
code in to a reusable format, alongside a basic example and some
instructions.

This should help those of you trying to run your jruby applications as
unix daemons where you want to check your application has come up before
you background it. It also means you shouldn’t have to write or
maintain any Java code, which might appeal to some people.

Any Qs, Suggestions - let me know
Nick


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Cool. Glad someone is starting to tackle daemonization.

The API looks like it should be possible to also support windows too.
Do you have any plans on looking at the windows side of things? It is
totally unsexy, but we do have quite a few windows folks downloading
JRuby now.

-Tom

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you background it. It also means you shouldn’t have to write or
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Yeah, it should be possible. Tomcat does/did supports commons-daemon
with win32, which is the interface I’ve coded to.

Anyone up? :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Nick

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Hi all,
maintain any Java code, which might appeal to some people.
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I’ve used the servicewrapper from tanukisoftware.org to support both
*nix and Windows daemonization.

It was fairly straightforward. I could work something up if people
are interested in that…

Jay

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Cool. Glad someone is starting to tackle daemonization.

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http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.com/doc/english/licenseOverview.html

vs.

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

with win32, which is the interface I’ve coded to.

The API looks like it should be possible to also support windows too.

code in to a reusable format, alongside a basic example and some
Any Qs, Suggestions - let me know


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