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This is not a daemon:
while (1) { print "Enter a number: "; $Number = <STDIN>; chomp($Number); print "You entered - $Number.\n"; }
yet you would have me believe it is.

When I said daemon, I meant having true daemon characteristics, not kinda sorta daemon-like. Fork and exit, setsid, chdir /, close or redirect STDIN, STDOUT, STDERR. Here's the example from Matt Sergeants' talk:

Daemonizing POE

  • We often write daemons with POE (network daemons, cron daemons, etc
  • But POE doesn't "background" automatically, so we need to write that:
use POE; use POSIX; $|++; sub become_daemon { my $child = fork; die "Can't fork: $!" unless defined($child); exit(0) if $child; # parent dies; POSIX::setsid(); # become session leader open(STDIN,"</dev/null"); open(STDOUT,">/dev/null"); open(STDERR, '>&STDOUT'); umask(0); # forget file mode creation mask $ENV{PATH} = '/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin'; delete @ENV{'IFS', 'CDPATH', 'ENV', 'BASH_ENV'}; } become_daemon(); # MUST do this before we create any sessions POE::Session->create( inline_states => { _start => sub { $_[KERNEL]->yield("loop") }, loop => sub { $_[KERNEL]->delay_set("loop", 10) }, }); $poe_kernel->run(); exit(0);
This example fails in the same way: POE::Kernel's run() method was never called.

In reply to Re: Re: How to run POE as a daemon by rah
in thread How to run POE as a daemon by rah

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