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  • verb demonize
  • verb computing of a computer program or script, to prepare to go in to the background and become a daemon


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From Ancient Greek δαιμονίζομαι (daemonizomai, "to be possessed by a demon"), from δαίμων (deamon, "demon")


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  • Criticize them if you don't like them, but don; t use words such as socialism to try and daemonize them.

    Obama reminds voters of McCain's '100 years' comment 2008

  • You just have to compile the source and you get a redis-server binary you can launch and eventually daemonize:

    Planet Python 2010

  • We support multiple ways how such a service can signal its readiness: by forking and having the start process exit (i.e. traditional daemonize () behaviour), as well as by watching the bus until a configured service name appears. 2010

  • Defaults to localhost daemonize = BOOL whether to detach from terminal

    Softpedia - Windows - All 2010

  • When you're debugging, it's useful to use this variant instead, which makes it extra verbose and doesn't daemonize: memcached - vv - l - p 17898 - m 256 - P/tmp/memcached. pid

    townx - Comments tvinod 2009

  • Fix for failure to daemonize - Nagios now bails (bug #0000011) Mixed RSS Feed 2009

  • Now that I could check for new email and process that email, it was time to daemonize the script.

    Planet Ruby on Rails 2008

  • The echo bot application can now be started with twistd - ny echobot. tac or twistd - y echobot. tac if you want to daemonize it.

    Planet Twisted 2008

  • $ manage. py runwsgiserver daemonize = true pidfile =/var/run/django-cpwsgi. pid

    Softpedia - Windows - All 2010


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