Replace Supervisord with Direct Systemd Unit


what would be the best way of replacing supervisord and instead using a direct systemd unit? If we can avoid installing additional management tools it would probably be a good idea

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~tsileo 1 year, 2 months ago

Hey, you can try porting the supervisord configuration into a systemd unit, but I think it will end up being quite complex (handling the venv and 3 processes).

Supervisord as the advantage of playing nicely with Docker too, so I think we will stay with supervisord, at least for now.


~microblogcurious 1 year, 2 months ago

So far i have found a way to get the uvicorn working with systemd quite easily What do the two inv processes do? What are they needed for?

~microblogcurious 1 year, 2 months ago

I think it makes sense to provide both options. A systemd unit file is normal quite straightforward providing that in the documentation as an alternative would be useful

~chrichri 1 year, 2 months ago

I support that avoiding extra code by using already installed software for system integration is a great idea!

But there are distributions not using systemd like AlpineLinux/PostmarketOS. If something is moved to systemd anywhere it is always a good idea to look also whether the same could be achieved on a system not using systemd.

~microblogcurious 1 year, 2 months ago

I think we can just offer both options. But could anyone please explain what the two inv commands are for? I've asked everywhere and googled and I have no idea what these commands are supposed to do and how to integrate them into systemd

~x3b0b 1 year, 1 month ago

I'm pretty sure those invoke the tasks defined in tasks.py (and implemented in the corresponding files in app/) that do the actual inbound and outbound federation of activities.

Mathew, Cherry G.* 1 year, 18 days ago ยท edit


Please don't take out supervisord, as it will make it unusable for non-linux users like me.


MattC ( @c@bow.st )

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