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I'm using a systemd service. I want to execute a bash script when my systemd service goes down -- fails. I don't want to execute a bash script when I restart the service myself. But only when it or the process it supervices crashes by itself.

How can I do that? Should I use OnFailure? Or ExecStopPost?

Note that in my systemd service there's only ExecStart and no ExecStop

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From what i could find on https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=169344 , using OnFailure= should be sufficient. It will run when the exit code of your service is non-zero. Although, I found no mention of this in the sytemd.service manpage.

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