fnord-conf - sets up a fnord HTTP service
fnord-conf acct logacct dir webroot [ ip ]
fnord-conf creates the service directory dir that runs the fnord
program under tcpsvd(8). dir must start with a slash and must not
contain any special characters. Normally dir is /etc/fnord.
You can add the HTTP service to runit’s system-wide service supervision
through the update-service(8) program:
# update-service --add dir fnord
fnord-conf arranges for tcpsvd(8) to listen for TCP connections on the
address ip:80, and to run the fnord program under the uid and gid of
acct, chroot’ed to webroot, for incoming connections. The name acct
must not contain any special characters.
fnord-conf creates an automatically rotated log directory in
dir/log/main. The logs are owned by logacct, and the corresponding
svlogd(8) process runs under the uid and gid of logacct. The name
logacct must not contain any special characters.