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How can I get daemon-like functionality from an on-box SLAX script?

By Elevate posted 08-11-2015 07:39

  

Sometimes you need a script that operates over a long period of time (such as collecting or reporting counters) and behaves more like a system "daemon."

 

There are two approaches to making an on-box SLAX script provide daemon-like functionality:

  1. Schedule the script as a timer-driven event script, so that it is executed much like a cron job.
  2. Create a self-restarting script; one that causes a new copy of itself to be started when the current copy exits.

Learn what these approaches would look like and the pros and cons of each by reading:


Best Practices Series: Design Considerations for “Long-Lived” On-box SLAX Scripts


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