Kann systemd Prozesse automatisch neu starten?


#1

Moin,

kann systemd eigentlich als Watchdog fungieren und abgestürzte Prozesse selbst neu starten? Würde uns glaube ich Arbeit ersparen.

Grüße
Matthias


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#2

#3

Schau mal unter Restart=
im service /lib/systemd/…

Restart=
Configures whether the service shall be restarted when the service process exits, is killed, or a timeout is reached. The service process may be the main service process, but it may also be one of the processes specified with ExecStartPre=, ExecStartPost=, ExecStop=, ExecStopPost=, or ExecReload=. When the death of the process is a result of systemd operation (e.g. service stop or restart), the service will not be restarted. Timeouts include missing the watchdog “keep-alive ping” deadline and a service start, reload, and stop operation timeouts.

Takes one of no, on-success, on-failure, on-abnormal, on-watchdog, on-abort, or always. If set to no (the default), the service will not be restarted. If set to on-success, it will be restarted only when the service process exits cleanly. In this context, a clean exit means an exit code of 0, or one of the signals SIGHUP, SIGINT, SIGTERM or SIGPIPE, and additionally, exit statuses and signals specified in SuccessExitStatus=. If set to on-failure, the service will be restarted when the process exits with a non-zero exit code, is terminated by a signal (including on core dump, but excluding the aforementioned four signals), when an operation (such as service reload) times out, and when the configured watchdog timeout is triggered. If set to on-abnormal, the service will be restarted when the process is terminated by a signal (including on core dump, excluding the aforementioned four signals), when an operation times out, or when the watchdog timeout is triggered. If set to on-abort, the service will be restarted only if the service process exits due to an uncaught signal not specified as a clean exit status. If set to on-watchdog, the service will be restarted only if the watchdog timeout for the service expires. If set to always, the service will be restarted regardless of whether it exited cleanly or not, got terminated abnormally by a signal, or hit a timeout.

https://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/systemd.service.html


#4

Man will das keinesfalls global konfigurieren.


#5

Danke, @kgbvax. Wenn ich das richtig interpretiere, ist on-failure, was wir wollen.


#6

Ich glaube das schrieb ich seinerzeit auch, oder?