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Re: How can I stop a script running as "deamon" from rc.d?
On 26.12.2010 18:16, hans dinsen-hansen wrote:
> Yes, I can see, that a C-program can set a PID file, and when it dies,
> the PID-file is removed
> automatically. Can a script set one? How?
Yes, when the program is run in background mode (with &), use echo $! to
get PID of backgrounded program:
$ ./your_program &
$ echo $! > /var/run/your_program.pid
> If I could, I probably must remove the PID-file in my trap-part. If
> one stays there after a crash,
> i can remove remove it before creating.
Just override the pidfile.
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