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Old 10-05-2012, 04:09 PM   #1
CrAzYoNi
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Question New daemon (system V vs. systemd).


Hi all,
I've wrote some server-side code in Python that should listen to new connections and reply to them with some data (meant for monitoring purposes).

On CentOS (6.3) I've created a new daemon, using system V, and the script running well.
Though in Fedora (17) I've created a new daemon, using systemd, and the script running and quitting.

I've set it to "Type=forking" and didn't added the PIDFile - if I will add it, I will get failure: "bad message" which I couldn't understand.

Can you assist me understand and solving that issue please?
Thanks in advance.
 
  


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