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[Fedora-packaging] "gconfd-2: no process killed" messages



Hi,

I'm running rawhide these days again and during yum update I quite often
see messages like

>   Updating  : gedit                        ##################### [173/382] 
> gconfd-2: no process killed
>   Updating  : deskbar-applet               ##################### [174/382] 
> gconfd-2: Kein Prozess abgebrochen
>   Updating  : gnome-terminal               ##################### [175/382]

Looking closer at the spec and at the Gconf session on
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackagingDrafts/ScriptletSnippets
it seems they run

killall -HUP gconfd-2 || :

to make sure any running gconfd-2 pick up newly installed schemes. But
well, as you can see from above output there might be cases when no
gconfd-2 is running, thus killall will print a warning.

I think we should avoid such useless warnings -- thus it would seem
better to me to use killall with "--quiet" or use

killall -HUP gconfd-2 2> /dev/null || :

instead. What do you guys think?

Cu
knurd


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