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The documentation regarding RemoveIPC setting is too hidden #151

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Yamakuzure opened this issue Jan 27, 2020 · 0 comments
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The documentation regarding RemoveIPC setting is too hidden #151

Yamakuzure opened this issue Jan 27, 2020 · 0 comments
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@Yamakuzure Yamakuzure commented Jan 27, 2020

See Debian bug thread: bugs.debian.org/949698

This can lead to quite some confusion.

Also see:

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@Yamakuzure Yamakuzure closed this in ee95567 Feb 4, 2020
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Information about RemoveIPC can be found in detail in the man page
for logind.conf. However, the removal of all System V and POSIX IPC
objects belonging to the user after the last of the user's sessions
terminated can lead to significant confusion.
Especially since the elogind man page does neither mention the
removal nor where to configure it.

A paragraph about this detail of the tearing down after the last
session of a user exited has been added to the elogind man page, so
users can find this information quicker and easier.

See:
* https://bugs.debian.org/949698
* systemd/systemd#2039
* systemd/systemd#2324
* systemd/systemd#4532

Bug: #151
Closes: #151
Signed-off-by: Sven Eden <sven.eden@prydeworx.com>
Cherry-picked-from: ee95567
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