Patrick is a Tomcat committer who plans to contribute new code to the
commons-daemon module (and he's actually mentioned in the status
document). I can commit his code for him, at which point karma would
probably be granted to him, but I think it would be easier is he just
did it himslef.
Please send your +1s if you agree (he has mine).
It doesn't matter. If he's a jakarta committer, he can get access to
the sandbox just by asking, no vote needed (daemon is still in the
Ok, good. I wasn't aware of that rule. Can someone give him karma on the
sandbox then if he doesn't have it ?
Daemon will likely become an important component of the next major
Tomcat version, so expect some activity there.
As envisioned, we wanted 3 main features in the daemon:
- system integration (that's the current daemon code, which needs a bit
- launcher capabilities (bye, bye scripts, which is especially useful
- JVM failure recovery for higher reliability (that's one of the main
features of the wrapper)
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