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Upstart has gained the ability to start a process after a socket is accessed, but I found the feature to be poorly documented. How is a socket-activated daemon and upstart config written?

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Checked the (sparse) man pages? upstart-socket-bridge and the referenced socket-event seem relevant. – sr_ May 10 '12 at 15:03

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