Runit-init and sysrq-k

From: bougyman <>
Date: Sun, 26 Apr 2015 08:03:33 -0500

Running runit-init on void linux (it's our default), a user recently
brought to our attention that using the sysrq-k (SAK) magic key causes
a panic because PID 1 is killed. We are assuming this is because
runit-init holds on to descriptors to /dev/console. Is there a known
way to work around this? Does s6-init suffer from the same?

Received on Sun Apr 26 2015 - 13:03:33 UTC

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