Provided by: watchcatd_1.2.1-3.1_amd64
watchcatd - process monitoring daemon
watchcatd [-fhpX] [-f filename ] [-p pathname ]
watchcatd is a background daemon which monitors registered processes, killing them in case they lock up. As a secondary use, watchcatd can be set up to work as a timer.
-f, --config-file filename Use the alternate system wide filename instead of /etc/watchcatd.conf. It must be an absolute path. -h, --help Display an usage message -p, --exec-path Use a alternate absolute path to exec childrens. Useful for debugging purposes. -X, --dont-detach Don't detach from the console. Useful for debugging purposes.
/etc/watchcatd.conf The system wide configuration file. See watchcatd.conf(5) for further details. /var/run/watchcat.socket The watchcat device.
The current version doesn't support thread registry, only process registry to service.
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