I’ve just tried installing MySQL using homebrew (on Mac OS X 10.6), but I’ve run across an issue at the first hurdle. When trying to manually start the server (mysql.server start), I get the following error:
I am having an issue where MySQL isn’t starting on my QNAP NAS.
I’d like to restart one of many Node.js processes I have running on my server. If I run
ps ax | grep node I get a list of all my Node proccesses but it doesn’t tell me which port they’re on. How do I kill the one running on port 3000 (for instance). What is a good way to manage multiple Node processes?
Is there some way to check if an arbitrary PID is running or alive on the system, using Node.js? Assume that the Node.js script has the appropriate permissions to read
/proc or the Windows equivalent.
Say I have
Is there any way I can get the PID by process name in Python?
Is there a way to check to see if a pid corresponds to a valid process? I’m getting a pid from a different source other than from
os.getpid() and I need to check to see if a process with that pid doesn’t exist on the machine.
I’m writing a bash script to use
inotifywait to monitor a directory and kick off actions when changes are detected. Something like: