don't daemonize option

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Tue May 8 08:42:04 CEST 2007

In message <D4F0C23D-A50A-49D0-A169-593C53D2FFD3 at>, =?ISO-8859-1?
Q?Ask_Bj=F8rn_Hansen?= writes:
>I usually run services like varnishd under daemontools/supervise.  I  
>realize that varnish already have an option for running a supervisor  
>process, but all the same I'd like to have an option to not daemonize  
>so I can run varnishd "my way".  :-)

Well, -d (or -d -d) already does that, but we may make a more
dedicated version also, it has been talked about.

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