From: Martin Castillo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: runsvdir does not run runsv recursively, as is documented.
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2022 15:22:38 +0200 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <email@example.com> (raw)
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I'm trying to set up services, which are in subdirectories of other
services. This is supported, according to the second paragraph of the
runsvdir man page:
runsvdir starts a runsv(8) process for each subdirectory, or
symlink to a directory, in the services directory dir, up to
a limit of 1000 subdirectories,
In my directory service/ I have:
After running runsvdir service, I expect two runsv instances to be
running. One for Foo, one for bar. But on my system, only one instance
for Foo is running, and bar/run is not being executed.
I have runit 2.1.2-29.
Has this feature been removed without updating the manpage?
I did not find anything in the archive.
To test this I used (also attached):
while :; do
echo -n "FOO "; date; sleep 3;
while :; do
echo -n "BAR "; date; sleep 3;
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next reply other threads:[~2022-08-03 13:21 UTC|newest]
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2022-08-03 13:22 Martin Castillo [this message]
2022-08-03 13:58 ` Laurent Bercot
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