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I finished installation of supervisord on my centos6, it works also well. But I found I could use command "kill" to kill supervisord itself, and it was not able to relive. I suppose when supervisord was killed it should relive immediately, otherwise it can not guarantee the subprocesses safe.

How should I make supervisord relive immediately once it was killed?

  • Run supervisor through another process management thing... until that one dies too. – snetch Jun 3 '16 at 14:17

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