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how to do a debian daemon with php script

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hi all,

i want to make a debian init.d daemon which runs a php script in shell but i want this to run infinitely without exploiting all the system resources. it basically checks a mysql db and with conditions make files in a temp directory.

first i made a cronjob which runs every minute but it's not enough for me because it must continously check db and if the conditions met it must create temp files in real-time.

in the below link i could make daemon sh script which runs my php file, but if i put my script in a do loop block cpu is getting %50 load.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/System/Linux/Q_22807337.html

hope i could explain my problem.
phpscript.sh.txt
index2.php.txt
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thanks for the solution. i will use this method which i was exactly looking for.

and i found in google this article which explains system_daemon very good.

http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net/techblog/article/create_daemons_in_php/

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