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Re: /var/run/directory/



On Mon, 4 Oct 2004 23:45, Bill Nottingham <notting redhat com> wrote:
> Russell Coker (russell coker com au) said:
> > > While creating a new problem for finding pid files... do you go
> > > by the service name? The server name? Something else?
> >
> > How would the problem be any greater than it is right now?
>
> Right now it's basename of the process.

Except in the case of /var/run/sm-client.pid which has a process base-name of 
"sendmail".  I'm sure that there are other similar exceptions too.

> > In terms of what
> > name to use (service, server, or something else) it's exactly the same
> > issue as we have at the moment with /var/run/something.pid.
>
> If you move to this new thing, do you do one dir per daemon? One
> per process? Something else?

One per security context.  So have /var/run/sendmail for sendmail.pid and 
sm-client.pid as they are both part of the sendmail service.

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