thank you for your answer.I understand that there is no particular list.There is no problem with this setting.I was concerned about the value to specify when changing the bypass_services setting.I'm sorry for my lack of understanding. For example, if you want to bypass httpd in a Linux OS environment, do you agree with the following settings in bypass_services?1. Check the service operation status[example][root @ apa ~] # ps -ef | grep httpdroot 25062 1 1 15:08? 00: 00: 00 / usr / sbin / httpd -DFOREGROUND2. Add httpd to bypass_services in seos.ini[example]bypass_services = ftp, vsftpd, httpd
Thank you for your response.The above httpd is just presented as a sample when making configuration changes to bypass_service.It is said that the bypass using SPECIAL PGM is suitable when actually bypassing, but there is two question.[Question1]When adding a setting to bypass_service, is the process confirmed by the ps command compatible with the recognition that can be specified?[Question2]Is there any difference in behavior between bypass_service and SPECIALPGM class this time?If you need to use them properly, what kind of way should you set them?