PMGO is a lightweight process manager written in Golang for Golang applications. It helps you keep your applications alive forever, reload and start them from the source code.
$ go get github.com/struCoder/pmgo $ mv $GOPATH/bin/pmgo /usr/local/bin
git clone https://github.com/struCoder/pmgo.git cd path/to/struCoder/pmgo go build -v pmgo.go mv pmgo /usr/local/bin
Starting a new application
If it's the first time you are starting a new golang application, you need to tell pmgo to first build its binary. Then you need to first run:
$ pmgo start path/to/source-directory app-name
This will automatically compile, start and daemonize your application. If you need to later on, stop, restart or delete your app from PMGO, you can just run normal commands using the app-name you specified. Example:
$ pmgo stop app-name $ pmgo restart app-name $ pmgo delete app-name
$ pmgo kill # kill pmgo daemon process $ pmgo start source app-name # Compile, start, daemonize and auto restart application. $ pmgo restart app-name # Restart a previously saved process $ pmgo stop app-name # Stop application. $ pmgo delete app-name # Delete application forever. $ pmgo save # Save current process list $ pmgo list # Display status for each app. $ pmgo info app-name # describe importance parameters of a process name
Start your GO-application with parameters
pmgo start tmp/ test --args "arg1 arg2 arg3" # In your application fmt.Println(os.Args[1:]) # Output: [arg1, arg2, arg3]
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Start application from user input compiled binary
# true means use user input compiled binary path pmgo start /Users/strucoder/personalPro/goplace/main awesome_name true --args="arg1 arg2 arg3"
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