Re: Minimal init
]] Konstantin Khomoutov
| Doesn't exactly the same problem exist with "classic" daemons?
| I mean, as soon as a daemon being started forked once, the parent
| instance has no idea whether the forked instance actually managed to
| complete initialization, and if it did then when. Unless some sort of
| communication channel is used.
A well-behaved double-forking daemon doesn't do the second fork until
it's ready to serve requests.
Tollef Fog Heen
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