[systemd-devel] [PATCH] improve systemctl daemon-reexec and daemon-reload documentation
Thomas.Blume at suse.com
Wed Jun 17 04:56:05 PDT 2015
On Mittwoch 2015-06-17 13:16, Lennart Poettering wrote:
>> The systemctl daemon-reexec and daemon-reload documentation
>> in the manpage is a bit ambiguous. It suggests that daemon-reload reloads the
>> configuration of the manager itself (e.g. the [Manager] section in
>> /etc/systemd/system.conf). It should be pointed out that it only reloads the
>> configuration for the manager clients and that for reloading the manager
>> configuration, daemon-reexec must be used.
> "clients"? I am not sure what that term is supposed to refer to?
I just wanted to refer to the fact that it only reloads the unit files but not
the configuration of the systemd manager itself.
> The reason we say it's the "manager" configuration is because people
> should distuingish "systemctl daemon-reload" from "systemctl reload"
> where the latter just asks a service to reload its own configuration,
> but systemd (aka "the manager") stays unaffected.
> I think "systemctl daemon-reload" should probably reload system.conf,
> too though, hence I'd like to avoid documenting this behaviour now,
> but rather consider this a bug we should fix. Documenting behaviour
> now and then changing it later is worse than simply leaving it vague
> for now, and correcting it later. I will add that to the TODO list.
Ah ok, I thought it was intended that daemon-reload doesn't reload system.conf.
I will try to provide a new patch.
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