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authorArturo Borrero <>2015-11-13 11:59:35 +0100
committerPablo Neira Ayuso <>2015-11-17 11:22:23 +0100
commit77f9f09e5c2bf76d4b50850848e6db9f239f49c7 (patch)
treed011f3e68a486e273ac51c6678651470401713fa /doc/stats/conntrackd.conf
parent783b5b58611410e4eacb6ad9d8c729b674c5cc3e (diff)
conntrackd: add systemd support
This patch adds basic systemd support. The feature can be enabled/disabled at configure time: ./configure --disable-systemd Also, at runtime in conntrackd.conf General { Systemd on|off } (by default it's enabled both at runtime and at configure time) * tell systemd about conntrackd readiness: When conntrackd starts, it will send systemd the data "READY=1". At the point the data is sent, conntrackd is fully ready to work (configuration was OK, sockets OK, et all), so other actions depending on conntrackd can be safely chained in the machine boot process. * tell systemd about conntrackd shutting down: If the admin kills conntrackd with `conntrackd -k', the data "STOPPING=1" will be send to systemd so it learns about the daemon shutting down. Same for manual signals. * watchdog support: The admin can configure systemd to watch the conntrackd daemon and perform some actions if conntrackd dies: restart it, reboot the machine, etc... Signed-off-by: Arturo Borrero Gonzalez <> Signed-off-by: Pablo Neira Ayuso <>
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General {
+ # Enable systemd support. If conntrackd is compiled with the proper
+ # configuration, you can use a systemd service unit of Type=notify
+ # and use conntrackd with systemd watchdog as well.
+ # Default is: on
+ #
+ #Systemd off
+ #
# Set the nice value of the daemon. This value goes from -20
# (most favorable scheduling) to 19 (least favorable). Using a
# negative value reduces the chances to lose state-change events.