Is there any reason the drift file should be mode 600?
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Fri Dec 15 09:05:12 UTC 2017
rlaager at wiktel.com said:
>> That sort of stuff used to be easy before systemd
> It's still easy. Add this to ntpd.service:
> ExecStartPre=-/bin/chmod -f 664 /var/lib/ntp/ntp.drift
I think I tried something like that to setup the ldattch for the PPS and
systemd nuked the backgrounded ldattch job.
Is there a shell command to daemonize a command? What are the right words
for what I want to do? I want to make a job invisible to systemd.
I'm thinking of something like:
The file name isn't critical. That's where I put stuff in the pre-systemd
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