I've an OpenERP server running on one of my servers. It's started by a traditional
/etc/init.d/ script. It uses a PostgreSQL database and needs a manual restart every time PostgreSQL is restarted.
Every time Ubuntu releases a security update for PostgreSQL, my OpenERP server becomes non-functional until I ssh to the server and manually run
sudo /etc/init.d/my-openerp restart. I usually forget to do that after I do the
sudo apt-get upgrade.
Can I configure upstart to do that for me, every time postgresql is restarted by apt?