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Ubuntu's Upstart

I really liked this.

"upstart is a replacement for the init daemon, the process spawned by the kernel that is responsible for starting, supervising and stopping all other processes on the system."

"upstart is an event-based init daemon; events generated by the system cause jobs to be started and running jobs to be stopped. Events can include things such as:

* the system has started,

* the root filesystem is now writable,

* a block device has been added to the system,

* a filesystem has been mounted,

* at a certain time or repeated time period,

* another job has begun running or has finished,

* a file on the disk has been modified,

* there are files in a queue directory,

* a network device has been detected,

* the default route has been added or removed."

http://www.netsplit.com/blog/work/canonical/upstart.html

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