On 12/02, J. Lewis Muir wrote:
> So, if s6 can do something similar, I'd be happy to try it out!  Can it?

Reading more, it seems the answer is yes:


So, s6 has a built-in mechanism where, when the supervised process is
available ("ready" in the s6 nomenclature), it writes a line to a file
descriptor and closes it.

If the supervised process does not support the file descriptor
notification mechanism, a workaround is the s6-notifyoncheck program:


This all looks promising!  Thank you, Laurent, for writing and
maintaining s6!


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