Re: s6-svstat

From: Jorge Almeida <>
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2014 20:30:55 +0000

On Fri, Mar 14, 2014 at 8:09 PM, Laurent Bercot
<> wrote:
>> The pid remains the same, consistently. So, what can be the meaning of
>> "0 seconds"? (The service is not working, no firewall logs received.)
> Has the system clock been modified after the service has been launched ?
> "0 seconds" is what s6-svstat displays when it sees that the service has
> been launched in the future.
> If it's not the case, please send an strace of what's happening.
> (If your run file is written in execline, adding "fdmove -c 2 1 strace -vf"
> at the top of your script, and restarting the service, will print the strace
> in your logs.)
Well, I already found the problem. My fault entirely. The time was
being wrongly set on booting (1 day ahead), due to a silly, trivial to
correct, bug in my program that sets the system time out of the
hardware clock time (I don't use hwclock). A few moments later the
time was corrected via sntpclock/clockadd, but the harm was already


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