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Adding logging to systemd service - Logan Paschke
In the first tutorial you learned how to create a basic systemd service. In this tutorial, we are going to expand on that and learn how to log to the journal. Systemd makes this incredibly easy since all daemon output on Standard Output and Standard Error gets captured and sent to the journal automatically.
logging  systemd  linux  howto 
september 2017 by gilberto5757
Writing your first .Net Core 2.0 systemd service - Logan Paschke
This tutorial will cover the basics of writing a systemd daemon using .Net Core 2.0 on Linux. For background on writing “new style” (systemd compatible) daemons, see the documentation. This tutorial assumes you already have a working .Net Core installation. If not, follow the instructions here to install .Net.
linux  systemd  daemon  howto 
september 2017 by gilberto5757

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