Re: Bug#2133: inetd(8) doesn't say whether/when looping services reenabled
Peter Tobias writes:
> The next netbase package uses (a patched version of) the latest FreeBSD
> inetd. It doesn't support the ".max" suffix anymore (it uses a global
> command line option instead). The behaviour is also documented in the
I think this is something of a shame, actually, that it will no longer
support the .max suffix. There are some services that one might well
want to specify a different maximum number for - certainly there are
systems in the University here that function less well than they might
because their inetd doesn't have this feature.
Why are we switching to the FreeBSD inetd ?