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16.1 Invocation

Normally, inetd is invoked without any arguments. It does, however, support several command line options. These are:

-d
--debug
Turns on debugging. With this option, inetd stays in foreground and prints additional debugging information of stderr.
-R rate
--rate=rate
Specifies the maximum number of times a service can be invoked in one minute; the default is 1000.


--environment
Pass local and remote socket information in environment variables. See Inetd Environment.


--resolve
Resolve IP addresses when setting environment variables. See Inetd Environment.