linux script for restart jar if it crashes
Is It possible create a script for restart an jar application if it crashes? The possibility solution could be create a Linux service to automatically start when the system reboots or crashes. Are there other possibility, for example by creating a script?
#!/usr/bin/bash while true; do java -jar myjar.jar sleep 5 # in case myjar always fails done
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