Brett Neumeier <> writes:

> On Fri, Feb 1, 2019 at 8:30 AM Profpatsch <> wrote:
>> >     -f: do not doublefork. Use if the daemon waits for children it does
>> >     not know it has (for instance, superservers do this). When in doubt,
>> >     do not use that option, or you may have a zombie hanging around.
>> Is the “that” here referring to the `-f` option or the daemon?
>> In the first case, “do not use >this< option” is less ambiguous.
> Hello Profpatsch!
> Double-forking is a common idiom for daemon processes, as described for
> example here:
> …

Thanks all for the explanations!

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