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========

You can use `zk-flock` to run programs in a cluster under a distributed lock to limit overall amount of instances.

Configuration
=============

You have to write the configuration file **/etc/distributed-flock.json** with the following content:
```js
{
"host": ["hostname1:2181","hostname2:2181","hostname3:2181"],
"timeout": 5,
"app_id": "my_application_namespace",
"sleep": "ON", //ON or OFF - Default OFF
"maxla": 30, // If >=0 -> max loadaverage for work. Default -1
"logger": {
"path": "/tmp/zkflock.log",
"level": "INFO",
"zklevel": "ERROR"
},
"auth": {
"scheme": "digest",
"data": "noxiouz:password"
}
}
```
* **host** - list of Zookeeper nodes
* **timeout** - timeout for zookeper connection (sec)
* **app_id** - namespace for your application in Zookeeper. This means that the lock will be stored
in Zookeeper with path likes **/app_id/your_lock_name**
* **sleep** - Sleep before work. Default: "OFF". Switch "ON" by -s (--sleep).
* **maxla** - Maximal load average. Use if >=0. Default: -1. Set by -m (--maxla).

Logging
=======

* **path** - path to log file (default: /dev/null)
* **level** - logging level of zk-flock (default: INFO)
* **zklevel** - logging level of Zookeeper Client (default: WARN)

Both loglevels are one of values: ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG

Usage
=====

To run the application under the supervision of the zk-flock use the command:
```bash
zk-flock <pidname> <application command="">
```

If your application requires command-line arguments enclose it in double quotes:
```bash
zk-flock my_test_lock "bash /home/user/test.sh arg1 arg2 arg3"
```

For attempting to lock lasted for a specific time, use the **-w** option (**--wait**) setting the time in seconds.
Add key **-d** or **--daemonize** to starts this appliction as daemon.

Use **-p** or **--pdeathsig** to specify a signal that will be sent if the master process died. By default the signal is **SIGTERM**.

Non Linux usage warning
=======================

If you kill zk-flock application with **kill -9**, the lock will be released, but this will not stop your application.
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