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Re: /run and read-only /etc

Thomas Hood <jdthood0@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Unnecessary; but would using /run for the pidfile be a better
> (e.g., simpler) solution?
> If not then do you think the TCP-socket approach is the way
> to deal with every program that writes a pidfile when /var/
> may be absent?

Pump doesn't write pid files.  It uses a Unix-domain socket to
communicate with its previous incarnation, and failing that, a
TCP socket.
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