Monitor.py is old and inconsistent with the current state of the
Appserver; I have rewritten it. In order to use it, you need to use the
patch attached to this email. Monitor.py will only work on Unix.
My patch for ThreadedAppServer.py is useful if you want the monitor
functionality to work at all. There are a few bugs that shipped with
the last few releases, and it prevents you from running the monitor from
within the AppServer.
Monitor.py will now allow you to start, stop and restart the appserver
from the command line. Drop a symlink between Monitor.py and
/etc/init.d, and it will control your AppServer on startup/shutdown.
Monitor.py now support SIGHUP as well (to restart).
For the curious, I have also written a new plugin for WebWare. It's an
alternative to PSP that is more similar to Struts/EJBs. I hope to
release that soon (especially if there is outside interest).
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