[CentOS] daemon in /etc/init.d/functions creates no pifile?

Tue Jun 2 14:51:00 UTC 2015
m.roth at 5-cent.us <m.roth at 5-cent.us>

skotthof wrote:
> OK, I figured out, I have to install
> redhat-lsb package for start-stop-daemon
> "Implementation of Linux Standard Base specification"
> Sebastian
> On Tue, Jun 02, 2015 at 11:06:59AM +0200, skotthof wrote:
>> Hi,
>> we started using centos7 to run kvm+libvirt.
>> For novnc to virtual machines I like to start
>> websockify as a daemon by libvirt (as a hook)
>> Under Debian I used the line:
>>  # start-stop-daemon --start --chuid $RUNUSER --make-pidfile --pidfile
>> $PIDFILE --startas $PROGRAM -- $OPTIONS
>> which creates a nice pidfile.
>> In Centos I figured out, to include /etc/init.d/functions and I tried:
>>  # daemon --user $RUNUSER --pidfile=$PIDFILE $PROGRAM $OPTIONS

Sorry I missed the beginning of this thread. You are using (CentOS 6)
service blablah start, or (CentOS 7) systemctl start blahblah, yes?