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    I don’t know about the rest of the article but I quite agree with the conclusion. This is how it generally works in daemontools: the application just writes to stdout/err and you can use something like multilog to handle writing to a file. Or toss something that writes it all out to another machine, etc etc. For services, I think daemontools really hits the sweet spot on functionality and simplicity.

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      Is this daemontools the disk imaging software?

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        No, add djb to your google.

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          Thanks - that makes more sense :)