runit 2.1.1-6.2ubuntu2.2 source package in Ubuntu


runit (2.1.1-6.2ubuntu2.2) quantal; urgency=low

  [ Christoph Mathys ]
  * Kill runsvdir with SIGHUP when entering runlevel [016]. Fixes LP: #245728,
    LP: #315541 & LP: #539567.

  [ Francis Russell ]
  * Remove installation of runsvdir.conf in obsolete location /etc/event.d.
  * Modify postinst script so that it doesn't to try to grep /etc/inittab on
    initial package install if it doesn't exist.
 -- Christoph Mathys <email address hidden>   Tue, 11 Sep 2012 13:14:37 +0200

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Christoph Mathys on 2013-02-27
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runit: system-wide service supervision

 runit is a collection of tools to provide system-wide service supervision
 and to manage services. Contrary to sysv init, it not only cares about
 starting and stopping services, but also supervises the service daemons
 while they are running. Amongst other things, it provides a reliable
 interface to send signals to service daemons without the need for pid-files,
 and a log facility with automatic log file rotation and disk space limits.
 runit service supervision can run under sysv init or replace the init
 system completely. Complete init replacement requires some manual
 configuration described in the supplied documentation.