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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/2] protect /sbin/init from unwanted signals more
> inits today don't do anything with blocked signals.  They explicitly ignore all signals,
> they don't want to deal with an enable those they do.

I don't think we should constrain them this way.
Future init versions might want to use blocked signals and sigwait.

> Which reminds me. I need to retest, but I had a case where I had a
> trivial init that set all signal handlers to SIG_IGN so it could ignore
> SIGCHLD. And not all of it's children were getting reaped automagically.
> Do we have a bug in the reparenting/reaping logic?

We have had bugs along those lines in the past.
AFAIK we've licked them all now. Re-testing is in order.


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