[systemd-devel] Docker, Supervisor and systemd

Paul Menzel paulepanter at users.sourceforge.net
Thu Feb 20 14:25:06 PST 2014

Dear systemd folks,

Docker, “an open-source project to easily create lightweight, portable,
self-sufficient containers from any application”, [1] mostly recommends
to use Supervisor [2] to control the processes to be run in the
container, like starting and restarting them and logging the output.
Actually all things systemd also does to my knowledge. Supervisor also
needs a configuration file for each process, which it should start.

Has somebody experiences to use systemd for that? Or is there a reason
why systemd should not be used for that?



[1] https://www.docker.io/
[2] http://supervisord.org/
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