On Sat, 7 Oct 2017, Anthony Joseph Messina wrote:
On Saturday, October 7, 2017 4:18:48 AM CDT Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> (probably OT: more a systemd question than a fedora question, but
> i'm sure the experts will clear this up in short order.)
> wanted to experiment with the git daemon so, on my fully-updated F26
> system, installed git-daemon package, whose contents are simply:
> $ rpm -ql git-daemon
> i enabled the socket component easily enough with:
> $ sudo systemctl enable git.socket
> [sudo] password for rpjday:
> Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/sockets.target.wants/git.socket →
> and started it as well, but i'm not sure how to start the git
> daemon itself since, as i understand it, the presence of the "@"
> in the service name typically means there can be multiple
> instances of them running (eg., getty@.service), but i have no
> interest in multiple invocations (and am not even sure why that
> would be a good thing).
> cut to the chase -- what's the proper way to start the git
> daemon on F26? put another way, what am i hopelessly
> misunderstanding here?
The git-daemon service should be started "on-demand" when something
connects to the socket. -A
ah, that makes sense ... so all i need to do is enable and start the
socket, and i'm in business, correct?
Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA