[Mono-list] c# written daemon, System.ServiceProcess, posix signals handling...
Fri, 16 Apr 2004 19:02:30 +0200
Thank you for your answer. Even if I use runit, there is still the problem,
that I can't catch a signal inside the managed code. I have found also this
but this guy has the same problem and no solution. Can you help me and show
me how should the code look like?
From: Fawad Halim [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Freitag, 16. April 2004 16:26
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] c# written daemon, System.ServiceProcess, posix
I'd suggest running your app under runit (http://smarden.org/runit/).
That'll take care of making sure the app is always running even when killed
abnormally. When you 'down' the service in runit, it sends it a SIGTERM and
maintains an internal flag that the service is supposed to be down
intentionally. There is a thread on signal handlers in the March '03 archive
of mono-list, including an example of a sigterm handler using unmanaged
>I need to write an application in c#, wich should run in background and
>be able to shut down gracefully when required.
>The best solution would be to use the System.ServiceProcess namespace,
>but this namespace is not implemented in mono. I know that there were
>some discussion about this topic in summer 2003, but since i found
>nothing. Is there something new in this direction?
>The other way (not so nice, but would also do the job) would be the
>catching of posix signals (SIGINT, SIGTERM...) but i have no idea how
>to do thin in an mono application.
>The last solution is to use some selfmade communication mechnism, to
>comunicate with the process and initiate the shutdow - maybe using
>remoting or some simpler mechanism.
>Can someone give me some infos or ideas for the solution?
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