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Offline AlfonseX

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[LINUX] Stop after sell script
« on: June 27, 2017, 02:01:33 PM »
Hello all.

I made a little script to stop pairs I don't want to run anymore.

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#!/bin/env bash
# usage pair market &


pid_of=$(pgrep -a gunthy | grep "$pair $market" | cut -d' ' -f1)

while :; do
    if tail -n1  "${market}-${pair}-trades.txt" | grep sell; then
        kill -s SIGKILL "$pid_of"
        sleep 120

[ ! -f stop_after_sell.txt ] && touch stop_after_sell.txt
echo "$(date) $pair $market" >> stop_after_sell.txt

How to:
- save this script in GB folder, name it eg
- make it executable
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chmod u+x
- launch it eg for BTC_ETH on poloniex
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./ BTC_ETC poloniex &
Note that ampersand is important.
When a sell happens this script kill GB running pair and track its work in stop_after_sell.txt. So you can watch what it will kill.

Beware of that this script isn't bullet proof it's made with "LA R.A.C.H.E : Rapid Application Conception and Heuristic Extreme-programming" ;).
Be warn and enjoy.
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Offline Rakeau

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Re: [LINUX] Stop after sell script
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2017, 10:41:34 AM »
Nice. I did think that Gunbot should have a built-in way to stop a bot after it completes a sale, a "graceful" stop if you will.