Create an rsyncd.service fedora 16
tchollingsworth at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 17:08:52 UTC 2011
On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 9:02 AM, David Highley
<dhighley at highley-recommended.com> wrote:
> "David Highley wrote:"
>> "T.C. Hollingsworth wrote:"
>> > For more information on converting inetd services to systemd units, see:
>> > http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/inetd.html
> It appears that this example maybe out of date. Looks like the argument
> StandardInput is no longer valid, according to:
StandardInput is explained in "man systemd.exec":
Unit file syntax may have fields added, but should never have fields
removed except in rare circumstances, at which point they will be
subject to a long deprecation process.
> We also do not see where the "@" is being used in any of the scripts
> for the names. The supplied sshd.service looks different and does not
> have an accompanying sshd.socket file. So we really do not understand
> how this works at this point.
The "@" syntax is described in detail here:
Fedora's openvpn at .service and getty at .service use it, perhaps others too.
sshd supports being used both as an inetd-style daemon and a regular
daemon. Fedora installs it as a regular daemon.
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