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DMon is a small process daemonization and monitorization tool, àla daemontools: it will spawn long-running programs and (optionally) logging programs connected by their standard output/input streams. The nice thing about DMon is that it is very easy to use, because it does not need support files on disk and the most common process tweaks can be done with command line flags. Finally, it has some unique features, like the abilities of not really daemonizing (for interactive use), writing PID-files, running one-shot processes and specifying a maximum processing time.

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admin admintools cli logging logs monitor monitoring monitoring_tools processcontrol servers service services sysadmin system_administration systems_administration tool tools unix watchdog

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