Re: timestamp or timing info for s6-rc services?

From: Laurent Bercot <>
Date: Wed, 10 May 2023 21:59:25 +0000

>Hi all,
>I am running s6 on buildroot with a bunch of custom services (and bundles) with dependencies. Was there a way to turn on timestamps for s6-rc logging? I am currently logging with -v 2 option set. Or is there any timing information saved between a service starting and successfully started (or stopped) that I get at that is already saved somewhere?

  I don't know exactly what customization options Buildroot gives you,
but since the output from oneshots and from longruns without a dedicated
logger goes to the catch-all logger, you would achieve what you want by
making sure your catch-all logger has timestamps activated.

  If the setup is using s6-linux-init, the -t[1|2|3] option to
s6-linux-init-maker will do that; it should be an option in the

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