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The original servicedaemon shell script is more Linux friendly than FreeBSD. commands like echo etc don't support -e -s flags, and there isn't a initlog function on FreeBSD. Also; some of the scripts are hard coded to /bin/bash which FreeBSD doesn't have by default, among other things.

 

I've rewritten most of the LinuxTemplates in perl since both Linux and FreeBSD have /usr/bin/perl

 

I plan on adding syslog() functions to write stuff to syslog from servicedaemon.pl

 

This is considered beta. I don't plan on color'izing the output

just yet, as you will need an external module. I think I could hack ANSI colors in printf though.

 


#!/usr/bin/perl

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require 5.008;
use POSIX;
use Switch;

my $DAEMONNAME =        "%serviceid%";
my $DAEMONDISPLAY =     "%displayname%";
my $MONOPATH =          "/home/tcadmin/mono";
my $SERVICESPATH =      "%installpath%/Monitor/Services";
my $EXECUTABLE  =       "TCAdminConsole.exe";
my $GAMEPIDFILE =       "$SERVICESPATH/$DAEMONNAME/current.pid";
my $USER = getlogin();


switch ($ARGV[0]) {
       case start { &start; }
       case stop { &stop; }
       case restart { &restart; }
       case status { &status; }
       else { print "Usage: $0 {start|stop|restart|status}"; }
}

sub start 
{
       printf "Starting $DAEMONDISPLAY: \n";
       # Read/Check PID
       my $pid="";
       my $retval = "$?";

       if (-e "$GAMEPIDFILE") 
       { 
               open(DAT, $pidfile) || die("ERROR: Could not pidfile!");
               @pid=<DAT>;
               close(DAT);
               chop($pid);
               if ( -e "/proc/$pid/status" )
               {
                       printf "$DAEMONDISPLAY is already running (pid: $pid).\n";
                       &failure;
                       return 1;
               }
       }
       chdir("$SERVICESPATH/$DAEMONNAME");
       $ENV{'LD_LIBRARY_PATH'} = '$MONOPATH/lib';
       if(! $USER == "tcadmin")
       {
               system("su","tcadmin","-m","-c","$MONOPATH/bin/mono","$SERVICEPATH/$EXECUTABLE > /dev/null 2>&1 &");
       } else {
               system("$MONOPATH/bin/mono","$SERVICEPATH/$EXECUTABLE","> /dev/null 2>&1 &");

       }

       if ($retval) 
       {
               &failure;
               printf "";
               return "$retval";
       } else {
               &success;
               printf "";
               return 0;

       }
}

sub stop 
{
       my $pid="";
       my $retval="";

       printf "Shutting down $DAEMONDISPLAY: \n";
       if (-e "$GAMEPIDFILE")
       {
               printf "$DAEMONDISPLAY is not running.\n";
               &failure;
               printf "";
               return 1;
       }

       open(DAT, $pidfile) || die("ERROR: Could not pidfile!");
       @pid=<DAT>;
       close(DAT);
       chop($pid);
       
       if ( -e "/proc/$pid/status" )
       {
               printf "$DAEMONDISPLAY is already running (pid: $pid).\n";
               &failure;
               return 1;
       }

       chdir("$SERVICESPATH/$DAEMONNAME");
       $ENV{'LD_LIBRARY_PATH'} = '$MONOPATH/lib';
       $ENV{'MONO_AOT_CACHE'} = 'True';

       system("touch","$SERVICESPATH/$DAEMONNAME/stop") || warn("ERROR: Couldn't write $SERVICESPATH/$DAEMONNAME/stop ");

               if(! $USER == "tcadmin")
       {
               system("su","tcadmin","-m","-c","$MONOPATH/bin/mono","$SERVICEPATH/$EXECUTABLE > /dev/null 2>&1 &");
       } else {
               system("$MONOPATH/bin/mono","$SERVICEPATH/$EXECUTABLE","> /dev/null 2>&1 &");
        
       }
               
       if ($retval)
       {
               sleep(%stopdelay%);
               &failure;
               printf "";
               return "$retval";
       } else {
               sleep(%stopdelay%);
               &success;
               printf "";
               return 0;

       }
}

sub restart 
{
       &stop;
       &start;
}
sub success {
       my $rc="$?";
       printf "$ARGV[0] \"$ARGV[1]\"";
       &print_success;
       return 0;
}

sub failure {
       my $rc="$?";
       printf "$ARGV[0] \"$ARGV[1]\"";  
       &print_failure;
       return $rc;
}

sub print_success {
       printf "[  ";
       printf "OK";
       printf "  ]";
       return 0;
} 

sub print_failure {
       printf "[  ";
       printf "FAILED";
       printf "  ]";
       return 1;
}

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