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OpenRC runscript is an application created in 2007 by Roy Marples.

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OpenRC is basically an interpreter for shell scripts which provides an easy interface to the often complex system commands and daemons. When a service runs a command it first loads its multiplexed configuration file, then its master configuration file, then /etc/rc.conf and finally the script itself. At this point then runs the command given.


Example from the web:
#!/sbin/openrc-run command=/usr/bin/foo command_args="${foo_args} --bar" pidfile=/var/run/foo.pid name="FooBar Daemon" description="FooBar is a daemon that eats and drinks" extra_commands="show" extra_started_commands="drink eat" description_drink="Opens mouth and reflexively swallows" description_eat="Chews food in mouth" description_show="Shows what's in the tummy" _need_dbus() { grep -q dbus /etc/foo/plugins } depend() { # We write a pidfile and to /var/cache, so we need localmount. need localmount # We can optionally use the network, but it's not essential. use net # We should be after bootmisc so that /var/run is cleaned before # we put our pidfile there. after bootmisc # Foo may use a dbus plugin. # However, if we add the dbus plugin whilst foo is running and # stop dbus, we don't need to stop foo as foo didn't use dbus. config /etc/foo/plugins local _need= if service_started; then _need=`service_get_value need` else if _need_dbus; then _need="${_need} dbus" fi fi need ${_need} } # This function does any pre-start setup. If it fails, the service will # not be started. # If you need this function to behave differently for a restart command, # you should check the value of RC_CMD for "restart". # This also applies to start_post, stop_pre and stop_post. start_pre() { if [ "$RC_CMD" = restart ]; then # This block will only execute for a restart command. Use a # structure like this if you need special processing for a # restart which you do not need for a normal start. # The function can also fail from here, which will mean that a # restart can fail. # This logic can also be used in start_post, stop_pre and # stop_post. fi # Ensure that our dirs are correct checkpath --directory --owner foo:foo --mode 0775 \ /var/run/foo /var/cache/foo } start_post() { # Save our need if _need_dbus; then service_set_value need dbus fi } stop_post() { # Clean any spills rm -rf /var/cache/foo/* } drink() { ebegin "Starting to drink" ${command} --drink beer eend $? "Failed to drink any beer :(" } eat() { local result=0 retval= ate= food= ebegin "Starting to eat" if yesno "${foo_diet}"; then eend 1 "We are on a diet!" return 1 fi for food in /usr/share/food/*; do veinfo "Eating `basename ${food}`" ${command} --eat ${food} retval=$? : $(( result += retval )) [ ${retval} = 0 ] && ate="${ate} `basename ${food}`" done if eend ${result} "Failed to eat all the food"; then service_set_value ate "${ate}" fi } show() { einfo "Foo has eaten: `service_get_value ate`" }
Example from Linguist:
#!/sbin/openrc-run description="Daemon for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface" extra_started_commands="reload" command="/usr/sbin/acpid" command_args="$ACPID_ARGS" start_stop_daemon_args="--quiet" depend() { need localmount use logger } reload() { ebegin "Reloading acpid configuration" start-stop-daemon --exec $command --signal HUP eend $? }

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