[clug] init.d for chroot

jm jeffm at ghostgun.com
Wed Jul 12 05:09:55 UTC 2017

In this case I found that supervisord can be shutdown via "supervisorctl
shutdown", so

  chroot /chrootpath /usr/bin/supervisorctl shutdown

In general, I'd still like to know if I wasn't dealing with a process
with a shutdown command how I could have recorded the pid to kill it later.


On 12/07/2017 14:44, jm via linux wrote:
> Does anyone have any experience with scripts like this or thoughts on
> how to do this? I'm currently think about putting a wrapper around
> supervisor that runs in the chroot env to record the pid in the chroot env.
> Jeff.

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