On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 4:23 PM, Simo Sorce <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
So it's hard to "reconnect" if DBUS goes down for any reason ?
That doesn't really speak good for DBUS, because it is sure that for one
reason or another it will go down at some point.
Caliming that DBUS can never be restarted is putting your head under the
sand. Bugs just happen, dbus might explode for who knows what reason,
does it mean the machine should implode as well ?
Good applications are usually built to reconnect when a transport they
use becomes unavailable. if some network switch breaks for a few seconds
down the road my connections have a good chance of surviving and if when
connectivity is back things keep going as if nothing happened.
If it is a huge task we have worst problems, we have apps badly