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Cross-platform Unix init scheme with service supervision
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What is runit?

It is a cross-platform Unix init scheme with service supervision, a replacement for sysvinit, and other init schemes. It runs on GNU/Linux, *BSD, MacOSX, Solaris, and can easily be adapted to other Unix operating systems.
runit is a tool in the Background Processing category of a tech stack.

Who uses runit?

Developers

runit Integrations

FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Gentoo Linux, Ubuntu, and macOS are some of the popular tools that integrate with runit. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with runit.

Why developers like runit?

Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use runit
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runit's Features

  • Cross-platform
  • Service supervision
  • Easily be adapted to other Unix operating systems

runit Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to runit?
Sidekiq
Sidekiq uses threads to handle many jobs at the same time in the same process. It does not require Rails but will integrate tightly with Rails 3/4 to make background processing dead simple.
Resque
Background jobs can be any Ruby class or module that responds to perform. Your existing classes can easily be converted to background jobs or you can create new classes specifically to do work. Or, you can do both.
Beanstalkd
Beanstalks's interface is generic, but was originally designed for reducing the latency of page views in high-volume web applications by running time-consuming tasks asynchronously.
delayed_job
Delayed_job (or DJ) encapsulates the common pattern of asynchronously executing longer tasks in the background. It is a direct extraction from Shopify where the job table is responsible for a multitude of core tasks.
Kue
Kue is a feature rich priority job queue for node.js backed by redis. A key feature of Kue is its clean user-interface for viewing and managing queued, active, failed, and completed jobs.
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runit's Followers
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