Re: s6-rc user services on Gentoo

From: Laurent Bercot <>
Date: Sat, 06 Apr 2024 18:31:12 +0000

>I have been using `--print-pid=3` as readiness notification for dbus-daemon
>for quite a while now on my user services and I haven't had any problems
>with it so far. IIRC, looking at dbus-daemon code, it actually prints the
>socket address first then its pid. So, I use the `--print-address=` option
>to save the socket address to a file for consumption by s6-envdir.

  Interesting. But it's also an implementation detail, because
could print its pid at any time, no matter its readiness state. That's
I chose to go with --print-address - but of course reading the code
of speculating is the right thing to do :)

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