HIROSE Masaaki
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NAME

Parse::Daemontools::Service - Retrieve status and env of service under daemontools

SYNOPSIS

Normally, Parse::Daemontools::Service requires root privileges because need to read /service/DAEMON/supervise/status file.

    use Parse::Daemontools::Service;
    
    my $ds = Parse::Daemontools::Service->new;
    my $status = $ds->status("qmail");
    
    my $status = $ds->status("my-daemon",
                             {
                                 env_dir => "/service/my-daemon/my-env-dir",
                             });
    
    my $status = $ds->status("my-daemon",
                             {
                                 env_dir => [
                                     "/service/my-daemon/env",
                                     "/service/my-daemon/my-env-dir",
                                 ],
                             });

DESCRIPTION

Parse::Daemontools::Service retrieves status and env of service under daemontools.

METHODS

new({ base_dir => Str })

base_dir (optional): base directory of daemontools. Default is "/service"

status($service_name:Str, { env_dir => Str|ArrayRef[Str] })

Return status and env of $service_name as following HashRef.

    +{
        service  => Str, # "/service/my-daemon"
        pid      => Int, # PID of daemon process
        seconds  => Int, # uptime of this daemon process
        start_at => Int, # UNIX time of this daemon process started at
        status   => Str, # "up" | "down"
        info     => Str, # "" | "normally down" | "normally up" | ...
        env      => {    # environment variables in envdir
            BAR => "bar",
            FOO => "foo"
        },
    },

Default env_dir is "/service/my-daemon/env". You can specify env_dir(s) by Str or ArrayRef. When you specify more than one env_dirs, same key are overridden by latter env_dir.

AUTHOR

HIROSE Masaaki <hirose31@gmail.com>

REPOSITORY

https://github.com/hirose31/Parse-Daemontools-Service

    git clone git://github.com/hirose31/Parse-Daemontools-Service.git

patches and collaborators are welcome.

SEE ALSO

svstat(1)

COPYRIGHT

Copyright HIROSE Masaaki

LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.