supybot-botchk man page

supybot-botchk — A script to start Supybot if it's not already running.

Synopsis

supybot-botchk [options]

Description

supybot-botchk is a script that will start Supybot if it detects that one is not currently running.  This can be useful for scheduling supybot(1) to run via cron(8).

Options

-h, --help

Show summary of options.

-v, --verbose

Use verbose output when running the script.

--botdir=BOTDIR

Determines which directory the bot be started in.

--pidfile=PIDFILE

Specifies the name of the pidfile to look for.  This should be relative to the given botdir.

--supybot=SUPYBOT

Specifies the location of supybot(1). If this is not given, it is assumed that supybot(1) is in the user's $PATH.

--conffile=CONFFILE

Specifies the path to the bot's configuration file.  This will be used when (re)starting the bot.

See Also

python(1), supybot(1), supybot-test(1), supybot-wizard(1), supybot-adduser(1), supybot-plugin-doc(1), supybot-plugin-create(1)

Author

This manual page was originally written by James McCoy <vega dot james at gmail dot com>.  Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the Supybot license, a BSD-style license.

Referenced By

supybot(1), supybot-adduser(1), supybot-plugin-create(1), supybot-plugin-doc(1), supybot-test(1), supybot-wizard(1).

APRIL 2005