Re: s6-log weirdness

From: Laurent Bercot <>
Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2022 14:06:02 +0000

>I noticed that in some cases s6-log exits cleanly but does not log
>anything. What's worse, it depends on the message content.

  Hi Vallo,

  That's the difference between '!zstd -q' and '!zstd' -q ;)

  When -q isn't a part of your processor command, but a part of the
s6-log command line, it is interpreted as a selection directive,
and will filter anything that contains a 'q' character.

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