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    Script to restart CCcam if it stops responding




    Script to restart CCcam if it stops responding

    v0.41 by meigrafd

    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    #
    # v0.41 by meigrafd
    #
    # Changelog:
    #
    # v0.41: added '-i 1' to check_respond as NCINTERVAL
    #        changed script syntax for cronjob to: check auto
    #        added misc stuff like script-config-checks etc...
    #
    # v0.40: added RESPONDCHECK
    #        added ENABLECOLORS
    #        fixed start_cam
    #
    #
    # Recommended HowTo:
    #
    # Add a new shell user and install there your CCcam:
    #
    #  useradd -m -s/bin/bash CS
    #  su - CS
    #  mkdir CCcam ; mkdir CCcam/bin ; mkdir CCcam/logs ; mkdir CCcam/etc
    #  cd CCcam ; ls -la
    #
    # Copy your files as followed: (inc. this script as: cccam)
    #
    #  CCcam/
    #  cccam
    #
    #  CCcam/etc:
    #  CCcam.cfg  CCcam.channelinfo  CCcam.providers  SoftCam.Key  AutoRoll.Key  constant.cw
    #
    #  CCcam/bin:
    #  CCcam.x86
    #
    # Change the following in your CCcam.cfg:
    #
    #  TELNETINFO USERNAME : 
    #  TELNETINFO PASSWORD : 
    #  TELNETINFO LISTEN PORT : 16000
    #  SOFTKEY FILE : /home/CS/CCcam/etc/SoftCam.Key
    #  AUTOROLL FILE : /home/CS/CCcam/etc/AutoRoll.Key
    #  STATIC CW FILE : /home/CS/CCcam/etc/constant.cw
    #  CAID PRIO FILE : /home/CS/CCcam/etc/CCcam.prio
    #  PROVIDERINFO FILE : /home/CS/CCcam/etc/CCcam.providers
    #  CHANNELINFO FILE : /home/CS/CCcam/etc/CCcam.channelinfo
    #  LOG WARNINGS : /home/CS/CCcam/logs/warnings.log
    #
    # Add some cronjob entry so CCcam gets started on reboot and gets checked every minute:
    #
    #  echo "@reboot	$HOME/CCcam/cccam start  >/dev/null 2>&1" >> $HOME/.cron
    #  echo "* * * * * 	$HOME/CCcam/cccam check auto >/dev/null 2>&1" >> $HOME/.cron
    #  crontab $HOME/.cron
    #
    # ...Feel free to change the paths...
    # ...which depends on your receiver/system/image...
    #
    #
    ### CONFIG - START
    
    # Enable CCcam responding check ? [yes/no]
    # NOTE: if set to 'no' you can ignore the TELNETINFO-IP and TELNETINFO-PORT setting...
    RESPONDCHECK="yes"
    
    # Temp file for respond-checks. gets deleted after...
    CHECKFILE="/tmp/cccamtest.log"
    
    # TELNETINFO-IP of your CCcam-Server for respond-checks (normaly: localhost/127.0.0.1)
    IP="127.0.0.1"
    
    # TELNETINFO-PORT of your CCcam-Server for respond-checks [CCcam-default: 16000]
    PORT="16000"
    
    # Enable colored output-lines on shell? [yes/no]
    ENABLECOLORS="yes"
    
    # Path where the CCcam binary lies [CCcam-default: /var/emu]
    CCcamPATH="/home/CS/CCcam/bin"
    
    # Name of the CCcam binary [CCcam-default: cccam]
    # NOTE: if you want to run more than one CCcam-server:
    # rename the binary (eg: CCcam.2.x86) , make a copy of this cccam-script and reconfigure it...
    CCcamBIN="CCcam.211.x86"
    
    # Path to save the CCcam logs to [CCcam-default: /tmp]
    CCcamPLOG="/home/CS/CCcam/logs"
    
    # Inside $CCcamPLOG we save the crontabed checks to which file?
    CCcamCLOG="$CCcamPLOG/checklog.CCcam"
    
    # Complete path/to/file of your CCcam.cfg [CCcam-default: /var/etc/CCcam.cfg]
    CCcamCFG="/home/CS/CCcam/etc/CCcam.cfg"
    
    # Options to start CCcam with [CCcam-default: <none>]
    # NOTE: you MUST set "-C /path/to/CCcam.cfg" if its NOT CCcam-default!
    CCcamOPTIONS="-C $CCcamCFG"
    
    # delay interval for lines sent (for responding check) [default: -i 1]
    # NOTE: if your CCcam-server runs on an 1xChip dbox its possible that the
    # respond-check tooks too long for this script. Than you need to set
    # this to '-i 3' or '-i 4'... it waits longer befor quitting the respond-check
    NCINTERVAL="-i 2"
    
    ### CONFIG - END
    
    
    # -------------------------------------------------------------- #
    # >>> >> >  DO NOT MESS WiTH ANYTHiNG BELOW THiS LiNE!  < << <<< #
    # -------------------------------------------------------------- #
    
    
    if [ "$ENABLECOLORS" = "yes" ]; then
    	ROT=`tput setaf 1`
    	GRUEN=`tput setaf 2`
    	BOLD=`tput bold`
    	NORM='tput op && tput sgr0'
      else
      ROT="" ; GRUEN="" ; BOLD="" ; NORM=""
    fi
    
    if [ ! -d "$CCcamPLOG" ]; then
    	echo $ROT "ERROR: Directory $CCcamPLOG does not exist!"
    	exit 0
    fi
    
    if [ ! -e $CCcamCLOG ]; then
    	touch $CCcamCLOG
    fi
    
    if [ ! -w "$CCcamCLOG" ]; then
    	echo $ROT "ERROR: Can not write to $CCcamCLOG - Check paths and perms!"
    	exit 0
    fi
    
    
    DATE=`date`
    
    # This method starts CCcam
    start_cam ()
    	{
    	  if ps x |grep -v grep |grep -c $CCcamBIN >/dev/null
    		then
    			echo $ROT "ERROR: $CCcamBIN still runs with pid: $(pidof $CCcamBIN)"
    			$NORM
    		else
    			cd $CCcamPATH
    			./$CCcamBIN $CCcamOPTIONS > $CCcamPLOG/log.CCcam
    			sleep 1
    			echo $GRUEN "Successfully started CCcam with pid: $(pidof $CCcamBIN)"
    			$NORM
    		fi
    }
    # This method stops CCcam
    stop_cam ()
    	{
    		PiD=$(pidof $CCcamBIN)
    		if [ -z "$PiD" ]; then
    			echo $ROT "ERROR: Cant see $CCcamBIN to stop..."
    			$NORM
    		else
    			echo $GRUEN "Stopping CCcam with pid: $PiD"
    			$NORM
    			kill -9 $PiD
    		fi
    }
    # This method checks for running process and starts if not...
    check_run ()
    	{
    		if ps x |grep -v grep |grep -c $CCcamBIN >/dev/null
    		then
    			echo $GRUEN "Seems CCcam still runs with pid: $(pidof $CCcamBIN)"
    			$NORM
    			if [ "$RESPONDCHECK" = "yes" ]; then
    					check_respond
    			fi
    		else
    			echo $ROT "Cant see your CCcam! Starting: $CCcamBIN"
    			$NORM
    			start_cam
    		fi 
    }
    
    # This method checks if CCcam still responding like it should
    check_respond ()
    	{
    		process=`ps auxwww | grep $CCcamBIN | grep -v grep | awk '{print $1}'`
    		if [ -z "$process" ]; then
    			echo " BAD - Couldn't find $CCcamBIN running. Restarting!"
    			echo "["$DATE"] BAD - Couldn't find $CCcamBIN running. Restarting!" >> $CCcamCLOG
    			start_cam
    		else
    			echo "CCcam process is present, now checking if CCcam is frozen"
    			# minimize Logfile size
    			LASTLINECHECK=`tail -n1 $CCcamCLOG | grep "now checking if CCcam is frozen"`
    			if [ -z "$LASTLINECHECK" ]; then
    				echo "CCcam process is present, now checking if CCcam is frozen" >> $CCcamCLOG
    			fi
    			sleep 2
    			echo info|nc $NCINTERVAL $IP $PORT > $CHECKFILE
    			CHECKED=$(ls -s $CHECKFILE)
    			if [ "$CHECKED" = "0" ]; then
    				echo " BAD - CCcam is frozen, restarting CCcam: $CCcamBIN"
    				echo "["$DATE"] BAD - CCcam is frozen, restarting CCcam" >> $CCcamCLOG
    				stop_cam
    				sleep 2
    				start_cam
    			else
    				echo " OK - CCcam is responding like it should!"
    				# output responding to shell if its NOT triggered: check auto
    				if [ -z "$3" ]; then
    						echo "CCcam responding:"
    						echo $(cat $CHECKFILE)
    				fi
    				# minimize Logfile size
    				LASTLINECHECK=`tail -n1 $CCcamCLOG | grep "CCcam is responding like it should"`
    				if [ -z "$LASTLINECHECK" ]; then
    					echo "["$DATE"] OK - CCcam is responding like it should" >> $CCcamCLOG
    				fi
    			fi
    			rm -f $CHECKFILE
    		fi
    }
    
    case "$1" in
    	start)
    		echo "[SCRIPT] $1:"
    		start_cam
    	;;
    	stop)
    		echo "[SCRIPT] $1:"
    		stop_cam
    	;;
    	restart)
    		echo "[SCRIPT] $1:"
    		stop_cam
    		sleep 2
    		start_cam
    	;;
    	check)
    		echo "[SCRIPT] $1:"
    		check_run
    	;;	
    	*)
    		echo "Usage: $0 [start|stop|restart|check]"
    		exit 1
    	;;
    	esac
    exit 0

    Thx meigrafd

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    Re: Script to restart CCcam if it stops responding

    my friend i need your help i have server debian i have 2 cccam
    cccam1.x86 and cccam2.x86 i was this script for my debian send mi this files for my server debian multi cccam thanks advance

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