Meaning of notice "using inherited sockets"

Can anyone confirm whether or not the below is cause for concern?

2012/01/09 13:21:13 [notice] 364#0: using inherited sockets from
“/opt/nginx/ sbin/nginx”
2012/01/09 13:21:13 [notice] 470#0: using inherited sockets from
“/opt/nginx/ sbin/nginx”

Ideally could someone point me to documentation for Nginx
warnings/notices.

S

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http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,220968,220968#msg-220968

On Mon, Jan 09, 2012 at 11:56:27AM -0500, simonyarde wrote:

Can anyone confirm whether or not the below is cause for concern?

Notices are normal (notification) messages.

2012/01/09 13:21:13 [notice] 364#0: using inherited sockets from
“/opt/nginx/ sbin/nginx”
2012/01/09 13:21:13 [notice] 470#0: using inherited sockets from
“/opt/nginx/ sbin/nginx”

In this case, an nginx binary is being replaced, as per
http://nginx.org/en/docs/control.html#upgrade
and a new binary gains control over listening sockets of the
old binary.

On Jan 9, 2012, at 8:56 PM, simonyarde wrote:

Can anyone confirm whether or not the below is cause for concern?

2012/01/09 13:21:13 [notice] 364#0: using inherited sockets from
“/opt/nginx/ sbin/nginx”
2012/01/09 13:21:13 [notice] 470#0: using inherited sockets from
“/opt/nginx/ sbin/nginx”

Ideally could someone point me to documentation for Nginx
warnings/notices.

Such documentation is planned to appear soon as part of our efforts on
making the documentation complete.

Thanks that’s great.

Posted at Nginx Forum:
http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,220968,221006#msg-221006

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