Re: Update: rpm package for utmps, skalibs.

From: qi wang <>
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2024 21:51:50 +0800

> On Apr 10, 2024, at 17:56, Laurent Bercot <> wrote:
> - Do you want to start an empty supervision tree at boot, and then
> have the service manager (probably systemd, here) populate it with various
> symlinks to service directories as it brings services up?

I am not sure how to let systems populate the service directory. That sounds like
compete service manager with systemd. This is not what I like.
> - Do you want to start a pre-populated supervision tree that survives
> across reboots, and have packages install their services there and not be
> handled by the service manager at all?

I prefer this way. Some packages prefer s6 as their process supervisor, some
packages prefer systemd. With the help of s6 rpm package, other rpm packages
who depend on s6 can install their service in s6’s service directory. We just pave
for the community, the choice is in their hands.

Could you tell me how to verify s6-svscan works well as there is nothing in log.

> - Do you want another behaviour?

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