I have an instance of Jira that will always run out of memory after some time.
Does anyone has a good keep-alive daemon for it?
Note: it should be able to cope with human triggered restarts and manual shutdowns.
Look, a quick and dirty script for you to start:
You will have to define some stuff in your env (JAVA_HOME, for instance) and register it in cron
#!/bin/bash # # This assumes Jira runs as root. If not proper sudo commands should be in place # JIRABIN_HOME=/opt/atlassian/jira5 JIRADAT_HOME=/opt/atlassian/jira5home le=`grep "OutOfMemoryException" $JIRADAT_HOME/log/atlassian-jira.log | wc -l` if [ "$le" != "0" ] then pid=`cat $JIRABIN_HOME/work/catalina.pid` echo "Got exception, will act on pid $pid" $JIRABIN_HOME/bin/shutdown.sh sleep 30 if [ -f $JIRADAT_HOME/.jira-home.lock ] then echo "Sorry, forced removal " kill -9 $pid rm -rf $JIRADAT_HOME/.jira-home.lock rm -rf $JIRABIN_HOME/work/catalina.pid fi if [ ! -d $JIRADAT_HOME/oldlogs ] then mkdir $JIRADAT_HOME/oldlogs fi mv $JIRADAT_HOME/log/*.log $JIRADAT_HOME/oldlogs/ $JIRABIN_HOME/bin/startup.sh fi
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