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[leafnode-list] Re: Leafnode and runit/daemontools?
Lloyd Zusman Wrote:
> Thomas Schwinge
> > On Thu, Sep 22, 2005 at 05:00:57AM -0400, Lloyd Zusman wrote:
> >> However, I don't see how leafnode could be meaningfully run under runit
> >> or daemontools, as it's meant to be invoked by [x]inetd
> > --or tcpserver--
> >> when someone
> >> connects to the nntp port, as stated in this text from that same man
> >> page:
> >> How would leafnode run under runit/daemontools?
> > Like this, for example:
> > #v+
> > #!/bin/sh
> > exec 2>&1
> > exec \
> > envuidgid leafnode \
> > tcpserver -vU -x rules.cdb -c 10 0 119 \
> > leafnode
> > #v-
> > Regards,
> > Thomas
> I'm sorry, but I did not ask my question clearly. What I wanted to know
> is _how_ leafnode works under these circumstances? Can it handle
> multiple simultaneous connections? Under [x]inetd, it seems to only
> respond to a single connection, and then die when the user disconnects.
OK ... now I realize that the "tcpserver" program manages the connections
instead of [x]inetd. I'm sorry for the confusion.
God bless you.
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