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  • servicer

    A CLI to simplify service management on systemd


    Servicer is daemonless and does not run in the background. It simply sets up systemd and gets out of the way. There are no forked services, everything is natively set up on systemd. You don't need to worry about resource consumption or servicer going down which will cause your app to stop.

    Do give it a spin and review the codebase. The code is open source and MIT licensed-

  • awesome-monitoring


    > The activity state, CPU and memory usage is displayed so I don't need to run a separate command.

    Check out Netadata + Nagios

    Check out this as well

        systemctl list-units | grep my-service

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  • tome

    convert any directory of scripts into your own fully-featured command. (by toumorokoshi)

    As someone who knows systemd very well, my team of Mac-based devs did appreciate when I made something like this. I used a different framework, a precursor to Tome:

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