Bug#750498: cups: server keeps timing out after 30secs idling with no way to change that
Le mercredi, 4 juin 2014, 10.50:04 Nemo Inis a écrit :
> On 04/06/14 12:37 AM, Didier 'OdyX' Raboud wrote:
> > That's not entirely accurate: both the Debian NEWS file  and the
> > README.Debian  (but that one is installed in a bizarre place,
> > arguably) contain instructions on how to disable this behaviour,
> > quoting>
> > the first:
> >> - Automatic exit when idle
> >> When operated under systemd as init, the CUPS daemon will be
> >> launched when needed (through socket activation) and exit itself
> >> after being idle for some time (30 seconds by default). The delay
> >> before exiting on idle can be configured using 'IdleExitTimeout'
> >> in
> >> /etc/cups/cupsd.conf. CUPS can also be left running continuously
> >> using 'SystemdIdleExit off' in that same file.
> >  /usr/share/doc/cups-daemon/NEWS.Debian.gz
> >  /usr/share/doc/libcups2/README.Debian.gz
> Indeed; I had checked 'man cupsd' and 'man cupsd.conf' but it never
> occured to me to check README files for more configurations options.
> Setting 'IdleExitTimeout 0' and 'SystemdIdleExit off' in
> /etc/cups/cupsds.conf did restore the previous behaviour.
Ah, good catch, I will add these two references in the man cupsd.conf