clockworkd man page

clockworkd — daemon executing clockwork scripts

Synopsis

clockworkd [-c FILE] [Options] {start|stop|restart|run}

Description

clockworkd executes clockwork script as a daemon.

You will need the daemons gem to use clockworkd. It is not automatically installed, please install by yourself.

Options

--pid-dir=DIR

Alternate directory in which to store the process ids. Default is GEM_LOCATION/tmp.

-i, --identifier=STR

An identifier for the process. Default is clock file name.

-l, --log

Redirect both STDOUT and STDERR to a logfile named clockworkd[.identifier].output in the pid-file directory.

--log-dir=DIR

A specific directory to put the log files into. Default location is pid directory.

-m, --monitor

Start monitor process.

-c, --clock=FILE

Clock .rb file. Default is GEM_LOCATION/clock.rb.

-d, --dir=DIR

Directory to change to once the process starts

-h, --help

Show help message.

Bugs

If you find a bug, please create an issue https://github.com/tomykaira/clockwork/issues.

For a bug fix or a feature request, please send a pull-request. Do not forget to add tests to show how your feature works, or what bug is fixed. All existing tests and new tests must pass (TravisCI is watching).

Authors

Created by Adam Wiggins.

Inspired by rufus-scheduler and resque-scheduler.

Design assistance from Peter van Hardenberg and Matthew Soldo.

Patches contributed by Mark McGranaghan and Lukáš Konarovský.

See Also

https://github.com/tomykaira/clockwork.

Info

August 2014 Ruby Gem clockwork