jbalonso1Anyone here know how to increase the available filehandles for upstart itself?00:08
jbalonso1(I'm running on Ubuntu Raring)00:08
jbalonso1I have a great number of jobs I'm trying to manage with upstart, and I've found that upstart is losing file handles to (rather useful) log files. When init runs out, /sbin/init spins at 100% and is unresponsive.00:09
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jackhillHi, I have a service that I am trying to write a configuration for.16:11
jackhillHowever, it doesn't behave correctly if I use expect fork or expect daemon. The PID reported by upstart is different than what I observer the service to be running as in ps.16:16
jackhillAlso, a symptom of this is that I can't get upstart to stop the service.16:16
jackhillIt works "correctly" if I tell the service to run in the foreground and omit the expect directive.16:16
jackhillMy question is: is there a tool see if a service forks or double forks or does something else weird?16:17
jackhillOh, it seems that, occording to the cookbook, there is no ill effect to just running the service in the foreground, so I'll just do that. :)16:20
dylukesHey guys, I'm in a bit of a pickle.18:58
dylukesI have an upstart conf running `exec gunicorn...` inside a script stanza18:58
dylukesand a bunch of env variables declared outside18:58
dylukesI want those variables to be visible inside the exec. Is there any way to do this? Alternatively I can have the same variables in a .env file, but I can't figure out how to exec that file and have those visible to the exec'd gunicorn task18:59
dylukeshm, now they seem to work19:04
dylukesah, no they aren't :p19:33
jbalonso1dylukes: Did you export your env variables prior to the exec?21:37

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