On 25/02/2015 21:23, Gorka Lertxundi wrote:
Laurent, any differences between `kill -15 1` and `s6-svscanctl -t 

 Well, maybe it's not the case with a fake process 1 created by Docker,
but normally "kill -15 1" just doesn't work. The kernel is supposed
to ignore any signal sent to process 1 from another process.
(The kernel itself can raise signals in process 1, though: for instance,
on Linux, a SIGINT when you Ctrl-Alt-Del on the console, if
/proc/sys/kernel/ctrl-alt-del is 0.)

 So, to be safe, use s6-svscanctl -t.


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