A UNIX init scheme with service supervision

runit is a cross-platform Unix init scheme with service supervision; a
replacement for sysvinit and other init schemes. It runs on GNU/Linux, *BSD,
Mac OS X, and Solaris, and can easily be adapted to other Unix operating
systems. runit implements a simple three-stage concept. Stage 1 performs the
system's one-time initialization tasks. Stage 2 starts the system's uptime
services (via the runsvdir program). Stage 3 handles the tasks necessary to
shutdown and halt or reboot.

Authors:
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Gerrit Pape

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0001-default-directory-for-services-on-Debian-is-etc-serv.diff 0000002470 2.41 KB over 6 years
0002-sv.c-support-optional-LSB-init-script-actions-reload.diff 0000002193 2.14 KB over 6 years
README.SuSE 0000000390 390 Bytes over 13 years
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runit-2.1.1.tar.gz 0000109661 107 KB about 9 years
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runit.service 0000000504 504 Bytes 7 months
runit.spec 0000003706 3.62 KB 7 months
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