upstart socket activation
james.hunt at canonical.com
Wed Mar 16 10:35:14 UTC 2011
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On 16/03/11 10:17, Steffen Barszus wrote:
> I have read about socket activation feature, and i'm quite
> confused now and would like to have a definitive answer.
> Is the socket activation:
> a) xinetd like: start the provider of the socket, once the socket is
> accessed ? Anything special done until the provider is available ?
> b) can it also be used, that IF the provider is started, to start the
> client of it at this event. (so basically reverse)
> i would like sto start the client as soon as the server is providing
> the socket for it (network or file)
> Can you please explain ?
Have you seen the man pages (with examples) which explains this new feature?
Ubuntu Foundations Team, Canonical.
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