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From Sylvain Wallez <>
Subject Re: request
Date Fri, 10 Sep 2004 12:52:46 GMT
Jean-Baptiste Quenot wrote:

>* Sylvain Wallez:
>>Mark Lundquist wrote:
>>>ear devs,
>>> like to use "as is", configuring it from without by means
>>>f a wrapper  script.  Using without  modification makes it
>>>asier to take Cocoon version upgrades.
>>>here is one thing,  though, that I still have to  change.  I use the
>>>JB "daemontools" package to run  all my Jetty+Cocoon instances under
>>>upervision and provide for automatic startup at boot-time.  This nly
>>>works if  I change to exec  the Java  interpreter without
>>What do you mean by "without forking" ? The shell has to lauch the JVM
>>in a separate process. Or do I miss something?
>The shell  builtin « exec »  replaces the current  shell process  by the
>specified command.   If you don't  do that, both  sh and java  run until
>Jetty is stopped.

Okay, got it! I knew about the system library's exec(3) which I used 
yeaaaaars ago but didn't knew about its shell equivalent.

Sylvain (who finds very funny to talk to the guy sitting on the other 
side of his office wall through the Internet)

Sylvain Wallez                                  Anyware Technologies 
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