View Full Version : Differentiate between sc_serv instances (Linux)?
15th September 2007, 05:05
I'm running multiple DNAS's on a linux box. When I look at the processes running on the server, all the instances of the DNAS just show up as sc_serv, so I don't know which is which (if I ever need to kill and/or restart a server).
Is there any to tell which is which (ie, which music genre or which port)?
15th September 2007, 05:34
; If you want to manage multiple configurations, just copy
; this file to another name, and run sc_serv with that name
; such as:
; sc_serv.exe sc_leet.conf
15th September 2007, 05:42
Nick, I don't think you read my question (you're always great at replying quickly but all too often give a stock answer).
I know how to run multiple instances of the DNAS. What I don't know is how to tell them apart in a linux process list. They all just show up as "sc_serv" with a different PID. Anyway to tell what's what other than writing down those PID's and holding on to the numbers for months and months?
15th September 2007, 08:57
the initial response was kind of there ... just missing a little vital detail
if you have a different config file name, rather than just a new directory thus running
when you do a
(depending on your *nix flavour)
then the configuration filename should show up against the PID thus showing which sc_serv is running which config.
15th September 2007, 15:19
I was just using "ps" to show the processes. I'll give this a shot.
Thanks so much,
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