Proc::Launcher::Supervisor - restart watched processes that have exited
This is a tiny module that's designed for use with panctl and Proc::Launcher, where it is forked off and run as a separate process.
Number of seconds to sleep before attempting to restart any daemons that aren't running. Defaults to 15.
A Proc::Launcher::Manager object, with daemons already registered. The supervisor will call the manager's start method at regular intervals. This will start any daemons that are not found running.
This tiny class contains only this one method.
It will repeatedly sleep for a configured period of time (default 15 seconds), and then call start_all() on the manager object. This will result in restarting any processes that have stopped.
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