|| at Jun 14, 2013 at 4:54 am
Just wanted to say thanks for asking this, and thanks everyone for the
great answers! I'm not at all familiar with running services on linux and
have been meaning to figure out an Upstart script for my Go web app. This
thread was a very pleasant gift tonight.
Do you tend to manually install the upstart script manually when setting up
your app on a server or do you use a bash (or other) script for
bootstrapping the server for your app, including creating the upstart
script? I'm leaning towards creating a bootstrap type script that would do
this and any examples of what you all use would be great.
On Thursday, June 13, 2013 8:50:20 AM UTC-5, gitted wrote:
Are they are tutorials on deploying a go application to ubuntu, and is it
common to use upstart to start the process?
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