Provided by: restartd_0.2.2_amd64
restartd - process checker and/or reloader
Restartd is a daemon for checking running and not running processes. It reads the /proc directory every n seconds and does a POSIX regexp on the process names. You can execute a script or a program if the process is or is not running. For executing, restard uses system(3). For logging, restartd using syslog with LOG_INFO and LOG_ERR facilities.
restartd follows the GNU command line syntax. -h, --help Displays a little help. -v, --version Show the version number and quit. -d, --debug Add very limited debugging. -i --interval The process check interval in seconds. The default is 20. -c --config Use a different configuration file instead of /etc/restartd.conf. -f --foreground Run restartd in foreground without detaching from the controlling terminal.
This manual page was written by Tibor Koleszar <firstname.lastname@example.org> and updated by Aurélien GÉRÔME <email@example.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system. Last modify: Thu, 14 Sep 2006 22:42:57 +0200 14 Sep 2006 RESTARTD(8)