[Spread-users] cleanup of socket file in /tmp

Johannes Wienke jwienke at techfak.uni-bielefeld.de
Mon May 7 12:05:18 EDT 2012


we are regularly working in multi-user setups on Linux and from time to
time we have the problem that one user cannot start spread, because the
daemon of another user left over the socket file in /tmp on the desired
port. From our point it would really nice if the daemon itself could
remove this file once it terminates (is terminated via ctrl + c). Is
there any work in that direction?

Kind regards,

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