Description of problem:
When restarting ConsoleKit, for instance if a new version is available,
ConsoleKit seems to forget about the current sessions which makes subsequent
actions which need privileges fail.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
3. "service ConsoleKit restart"
List of sessions, in this case there would have been two active X11 sessions
When this is solved, ConsoleKit should probably "service ConsoleKit condrestart"
when updated to ensure that e.g. security fixes are active after the update is
No, it's a bug to restart ConsoleKit daemon. And it's not possible either,
there's no initscript anymore in Rawhide at least. See bug 435642 for why.
(In reply to comment #1)
> No, it's a bug to restart ConsoleKit daemon. And it's not possible either,
> there's no initscript anymore in Rawhide at least. See bug 435642 for why.
(of course sending it SIGUSR1, SIGUSR2 is always possible etc. etc.. But from
where I'm sitting it's (currently) pointless to teach CK the same dance that
init does; e.g. reloading and passing state to the new process. Of course it's
up to Jon if he wants to add such a feature later on. We have bigger fish to fry