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wait a howmany timeout before restarting ipfs

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fred 2 months ago
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cron_MINUTE.sh

@ -20,9 +20,17 @@ source $HOME/.profile
#### CONTROL STATION IPFS DAEMON
## timeout is fixing ipfs minimum response time, before considering stuck process
IPFSNODEID=$(ipfs --timeout=30s id -f='<id>\n')
[[ ! $IPFSNODEID && -f /etc/sudoers.d/systemctl ]] && echo "IPFS NOT RUNNING $(date)" >> ~/.zen/restart.txt && sudo systemctl restart ipfs && exit 1
[[ ! $IPFSNODEID && "${USER}" == "xbian" ]] && echo "IPFS NOT RUNNING" && sudo service ipfs restart && exit 1
IPFSNODEID=$(ipfs --timeout=20s id -f='<id>\n')
howmany=$(cat /tmp/ipfs.timeout)
if [[ ! $IPFSNODEID ]]; then
## wait a howmany timeout before restarting ipfs
howmany=$((howmany + 1)) && echo $howmany > /tmp/ipfs.timeout
[ $howmany -gt 3 ] && [[ -f /etc/sudoers.d/systemctl ]] && echo "IPFS NOT RUNNING $(date)" >> ~/.zen/restart.txt && rm /tmp/ipfs.timeout && sudo systemctl restart ipfs
exit 1
else
echo 0 > /tmp/ipfs.timeout
fi
[ $howmany -gt 3 ] && [[ ! $IPFSNODEID && "${USER}" == "xbian" ]] && echo "IPFS NOT RUNNING" && sudo service ipfs restart && exit 1
## CONTROL IPFS IS RUNNING OR RESTART
YOU=$(ps auxf --sort=+utime | grep -w ipfs | grep -v -E 'color=auto|grep' | tail -n 1 | cut -d " " -f 1)
if [[ ! ${YOU} ]]; then

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