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    Alex Potsides
    @achingbrain
    but on the filesystem was: /var/folders/m1/8m_hh8996718p5dxsx2zw0840000gn/T/337b32ed-2b48-4f11-a6a7-814cc67caab9/run/processes/557
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    your avatars are redundent in this thread
    can you please work together to solve this
    Alan Shaw
    @alanshaw
    Wat?
    Alan Shaw
    @alanshaw
    Boss went away
    I have a stacktrace this time. Was monitoring with boss web, shut my laptop and in the morning boss was gone, along with the processes.
    3 days uptime prior
    And I hadn't monitored with boss-web since the last time it went away
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    parp
    Alan Shaw
    @alanshaw
    @achingbrain ^^
    In other news, I’ve nearly finished the restart/stop multiple processes work
    bs restart 1234 1235 1236 and bs stop 1234 1235 1236 and also hopefully allow you to bs restart * to restart everything.
    if you can just stop changing everything from under me then that would be grand ;)
    Alex Potsides
    @achingbrain
    type faster!
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    I think we should dig out Max Headroom for our next full baud
    Alex Potsides
    @achingbrain
    i had the full series as mpegs once upon a time
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    so many spinning platters ago
    Alex Potsides
    @achingbrain
    aaah, i think the connection from dnode in boss to the client is timing out
    nice, thanks dnode
    Alex Potsides
    @achingbrain
    i've pushed a new version of the daemon that should allow you to put your laptop to sleep...
    Alan Shaw
    @alanshaw
    waaa
    nice one
    Alex Potsides
    @achingbrain
    i know - minimum viable, right?
    Alan Shaw
    @alanshaw
    @achingbrain having second thoughts about pushing this multi kill/restart into the daemon
    the beauty of connecting to the remote process is that it verifies the user has access to do the action
    we lose that knowledge telling the daemon to do it...
    sorry, took me a while to realise this!
    Alan Shaw
    @alanshaw
    @achingbrain quick question - bs useradd does there have to be an account with the same name on the machine you’re adding the user on?
    Alex Potsides
    @achingbrain
    yes
    otherwise the unix permissions thing falls over
    Alex Potsides
    @achingbrain
    @all Do you think it would be rude of the daemon to create the group it's supposed to be running as on first start?
    just trying to think about the first use experience
    the default group is 'staff' which is fine for dev on os x but on linux can cause problems
    debian etc has a 'staff' group by default but it has no members
    was thinking of changing the default group to 'boss' instead
    I figure there's sort of precedent - if I apt-get install apache, i get a www/apache group along with it
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    i think is fine
    i think is good practice
    Alan Shaw
    @alanshaw
    you could prompt?
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    do the "right thing" by default for them that wouldn't do it themselves
    allow the wizards to opt out it really offends them
    as you say, apt has been doing it without ruffling too many feathers forever
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    had an odd one last night
    trying to bs stop [pid]
    Alex Potsides
    @achingbrain
    something you ate?
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    boss would kill the proc
    but then start it back up
    and inc the restart count
    and then i ate it