simplevisor-loop man page

simplevisor-loop — execute the given command in a loop

Synopsis

simplevisor-loop [Options] COMMAND...

Description

By default, this program executes the given command in a loop, forever, until the command fails (i.e. return a non zero exit status).

It can optionally sleep between consecutive executions of the command (see the --sleep option) and stop after a given number of executions (see the --count option).

Options

--count, -c INTEGER
stop after having executed the command the given number of times
--daemon
detach simplevisor-loop so that it becomes a daemon running in the background; debug, warning and error messages get sent to syslog
--debug, -d
show debugging information
--help, -h, -?
show some help
--manual, -m
show this manual
--pidfile PATH
use this pid file
--quit
tell another instance of simplevisor-loop (identified by its pid file, as specified by the --pidfile option) to quit
--sleep, -s NUMBER
sleep during the given number of seconds between executions of the command; can be fractional
--status
get the status of another instance of simplevisor-loop (identified by its pid file, as specified by the --pidfile option); the exit code will be zero if the instance is alive and non-zero otherwise

Author

Lionel Cons <http://cern.ch/lionel.cons>

Copyright (C) CERN 2012-2016

Referenced By

simplevisor3-loop(1) is an alias of simplevisor-loop(1).

2016-06-27 simplevisor-loop man page