supervisor man page

Node Supervisor is used to restart programs when they crash. It can also be used to restart programs when a *.js file changes.

Usage: supervisor [options] <program> supervisor [options] -- <program> [args ...]

Required: <program> The program to run.

Options: -w|--watch <watchItems> A comma-delimited list of folders or js files to watch for changes. When a change to a js file occurs, reload the program Default is '.'

-i|--ignore <ignoreItems> A comma-delimited list of folders to ignore for changes. No default

--ignore-symlinks Enable symbolic links ignoring when looking for files to watch.

-p|--poll-interval <milliseconds> How often to poll watched files for changes. Defaults to Node default.

-e|--extensions <extensions> Specific file extensions to watch in addition to defaults. Used when --watch option includes folders Default is 'node,js'

-x|--exec <executable> The executable that runs the specified program. Default is 'node'

--debug[=port] Start node with --debug flag.

--debug-brk[=port] Start node with --debug-brk[=port] flag.

--harmony Start node with --harmony flag.

--harmony_default_parameters Start node with --harmony_default_parameters flag.

-n|--no-restart-on error|exit Don't automatically restart the supervised program if it ends. Supervisor will wait for a change in the source files. If "error", an exit code of 0 will still restart. If "exit", no restart regardless of exit code. If "success", no restart only if exit code is 0.

-t|--non-interactive Disable interactive capacity. With this option, supervisor won't listen to stdin.

-k|--instant-kill use SIGKILL (-9) to terminate child instead of the more gentle SIGTERM.

--force-watch Use fs.watch instead of fs.watchFile. This may be useful if you see a high cpu load on a windows machine.

-s|--timestamp Log timestamp after each run. Make it easy to tell when the task last ran.

-h|--help|-? Display these usage instructions.

-q|--quiet Suppress DEBUG messages

-V|--verbose Show extra DEBUG messages

Options available after start: rs - restart process. Useful for restarting supervisor eaven if no file has changed.

Examples: supervisor myapp.js supervisor myapp.coffee supervisor -w scripts -e myext -x myrunner myapp supervisor -- server.js -h host -p port

Referenced By

node-supervisor(1) is an alias of supervisor(1).