So I want to use the following in my
forever -l >(tee $QW_LOG_DIR/webserver.log | logger -p user.info -t '[QW]') start webserver.js
However, that doesn't work for at least two reasons (I think):
1) There is a process created (the
>(...) part) before my job, and so upstart will track that.
2) I am unsure why, but I get an error about the
( in the console log. Does upstart run bash? Does it support process substitution?
What's my workaround?