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answered Nginx leaves old socket
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comment Nginx leaves old socket
I never did figure it out. I just resorted to using TCP instead of Unix sockets. However, I haven't checked so see if it works with the most up to date version
Oct
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comment Nginx leaves old socket
@ChrisDown I'm confused. If nginx creates the socket, why would it not be responsible for removing it? It's not connecting to a socket managed by a separate process.
Oct
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comment Nginx leaves old socket
@ChrisDown Nginx opens/creates the socket so that it can listen.
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accepted Force apt-get to prompt yes/no
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comment Force apt-get to prompt yes/no
@FaheemMitha My purpose for doing this is that it's a lot easier to find out what new dependencies could/will be installed using apt-get install rather than apt-cache showpkg.
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Oct
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comment Force apt-get to prompt yes/no
I have no idea what you're trying to say if the first half of this answer.