You could put an app inside /etc/inittab which'll ensure it gets restarted
Otherwise, what I've done in the past is:
1. Have a shell script running all the time. This shell script checks every
few seconds if the service is still running.
2. Have a cron job running which checks if the above script is running. This
cron job runs every minute or so.
There's probably monitoring tools out there but I didn't look around at the
On Thursday 11 September 2003 10:51, adam beecher wrote:
> Vot tools you use for monitoring services and bringing zem back up if zey
> are down pliss?
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