A generic application control framework.
Appctl is a framework for virtually any server software. It provides a central script called "ctl" which allows you to start, stop, restart, maintain, or query the current status of an application. It is meant as a completely generic replacement for application-specific startup/stop scripts. The project also supplies generic monitoring scripts for clusters, which can dramatically decrease clustering costs.
DocumentationUser Guide at http://appctl.sourceforge.net/documentation/index.htm
released on 26 June 2009
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