|DINITCHECK(8)||Dinit - service management system||DINITCHECK(8)|
dinitcheck - check service configuration
dinitcheck [-d|--services-dir dir] [service-name...]
The dinitcheck utility checks the service configuration for Dinit services (see dinit(8)), and reports any errors it finds. This allows for finding errors before they can cause a service to fail to load during system operation.
Errors reported by dinitcheck include:
Unless altered by options specified on the command line, this utility uses the same search paths (for service description files) as dinit.
If not specified, the default is $HOME/.config/dinit.d or, for the system service manager, each of /etc/dinit.d/fR, /usr/local/lib/dinit.d, and /lib/dinit.d (searched in that order).
For service properties that are subject to environment variable substitution, including socket-listen, logfile, env-file, working-dir and pid-file, the substitution may have a different result when performed by dinitcheck than when performed by dinit if the two processes have a different environment. For this reason dinitcheck will issue a warning whenever substitution is used.
Dinit, and this manual, were written by Davin McCall.
|October 2022||Dinit 0.17.0pre|