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Re: start-stop-daemon



On Wednesday 25 February 2004 05.38, GCS wrote:
> --signal, but SIGTERM is quite OK[...]

> Instead I get the signal delivered as soon I invoke ssd, at least it
> seems as the daemon does not even reach the first line for printing
> 'shutting down...'.

That is exactly what Matthew meant: sending SIGTERM to a daemon should be ok 
in the first place to shut it down properly, not to force it to exit in a 
messy state. If a daemon doesn't shut down on SIGTERM, you then proceed to 
send SIGKILL.

cheers
-- vbi

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