[CentOS] Migrating CentOS 5 -> 6: where to put /etc/inittab respawn scripts?

Wed Oct 5 09:10:24 UTC 2011
Michael Gliwinski <Michael.Gliwinski at henderson-group.com>

On Wednesday 05 Oct 2011 07:04:36 Alexander Farber wrote:
> unfortunately /etc/init.d doesn't seem to suit me:
> I want my (sockets) script to be restarted when crashed or killed

It's not /etc/init.d but /etc/init.  That's what upstart is for, by default it 
considers jobs to be services that need to be respawned if they exit.  See 
also man init(5).

Upstart provides a compatibility interface for SysV so /etc/init.d is still 
there and used but this is not what you want.

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