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perp Persistent process supervisor & service managment framework for un!x
2.07 sysutils on this many watch lists=1 search for ports that depend on this port Find issues related to this port Report an issue related to this port Version of this port present on the latest quarterly branch.
Maintainer: ports@jpmens.net search for ports maintained by this maintainer
Port Added: 2020-01-17 17:22:34
Last Update: 2020-01-17 17:22:26
SVN Revision: 523340
License: UNKNOWN
Description:
SVNWeb : Homepage
pkg-plist: as obtained via: make generate-plist
Expand this list (56 items)
  1. /usr/local/share/licenses/perp-2.07/catalog.mk
  2. /usr/local/share/licenses/perp-2.07/LICENSE
  3. /usr/local/share/licenses/perp-2.07/UNKNOWN
  4. man/man5/perpetrate.5.gz
  5. man/man8/perp-setup.8.gz
  6. man/man8/perp_intro.8.gz
  7. man/man8/perpboot.8.gz
  8. man/man8/perpctl.8.gz
  9. man/man8/perpd.8.gz
  10. man/man8/perpetrate.8.gz
  11. man/man8/perphup.8.gz
  12. man/man8/perpls.8.gz
  13. man/man8/perpok.8.gz
  14. man/man8/perpstat.8.gz
  15. man/man8/runargs.8.gz
  16. man/man8/runargv0.8.gz
  17. man/man8/runchoom.8.gz
  18. man/man8/rundetach.8.gz
  19. man/man8/rundeux.8.gz
  20. man/man8/runenv.8.gz
  21. man/man8/runfile.8.gz
  22. man/man8/runlimit.8.gz
  23. man/man8/runlock.8.gz
  24. man/man8/runpause.8.gz
  25. man/man8/runsession.8.gz
  26. man/man8/runtool.8.gz
  27. man/man8/runtools_intro.8.gz
  28. man/man8/runtrap.8.gz
  29. man/man8/runuid.8.gz
  30. man/man8/sissylog.8.gz
  31. man/man8/tinylog.8.gz
  32. sbin/perp-setup
  33. sbin/perpboot
  34. sbin/perpctl
  35. sbin/perpd
  36. sbin/perphup
  37. sbin/perpls
  38. sbin/perpok
  39. sbin/perpstat
  40. sbin/runargs
  41. sbin/runargv0
  42. sbin/runchoom
  43. sbin/rundetach
  44. sbin/rundeux
  45. sbin/runenv
  46. sbin/runfile
  47. sbin/runlimit
  48. sbin/runlock
  49. sbin/runpause
  50. sbin/runsession
  51. sbin/runtool
  52. sbin/runtrap
  53. sbin/runuid
  54. sbin/sissylog
  55. sbin/tinylog
  56. sbin/tinylog_run
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Dependency lines:
  • perp>0:sysutils/perp
To install the port: cd /usr/ports/sysutils/perp/ && make install clean
To add the package: pkg install perp
PKGNAME: perp
Flavors: there is no flavor information for this port.
distinfo:

There are no ports dependent upon this port

Configuration Options
Master Sites:
  1. http://b0llix.net/perp/distfiles/

Number of commits found: 1

Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
DateByDescription
17 Jan 2020 17:22:26
Original commit files touched by this commit  2.07
Revision:523340
tcberner search for other commits by this committer
New port: sysutils/perp: Persistent process supervisor & service managment
framework

The perp package provides a set of daemons and utilities to reliably start,
monitor, log, and control a collection of persistent processes.

A "persistent process" is any program intended to be long-running, highly
available, and purpose critical. Also known and often described as a "service",
a persistent process normally provides some essential, on-demand system
service. Programs that serve email, domain name queries, and http requests are
all examples of services that are normally run as persistent processes.

These are the programs that you want to start at system boot, and to continue
running for as long as the system itself. These are the programs you need
running in uninterrupted service, day and night, forever and ever.

perp helps make sure that they do.

WWW: http://b0llix.net/perp/

PR:		243032
Submitted by:	Jan-Piet Mens <ports@jpmens.net>

Number of commits found: 1

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