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In the other hand, Upstart configuration files are merely just configuration files, not executables, so the execution of , but that Upstart refuses any signals sent by users/groups not explicitly given an Allow policy entry in Upstart.conf?And there's no way to provide any more granularity than an all-jobs-or-none setting in the config file?Initctl in your case is running fine even without sudoers change, Upstart is just refusing the messages from it if you don't specifically allow it for non-root users. You can define dbus policy on per-job basis (see the part) in the Depending on your needs, it might be simpler to make this kind of script for it instead of writing dbus policies and restarting dbus etc.start: Rejected send message, 1 matched rules; type="method_call", sender=":1.21" (uid=1000 pid=5148 comm="start jobname " interface="com.ubuntu. Job" member="Start" error name="(unset)" requested_reply="0" destination="com.ubuntu. Upstart" (uid=0 pid=1 comm="/sbin/init") As near as I can tell, that's a complaint about how my user account isn't given the power to send 'Start' messages in the D-Bus config file for Upstart.I haven't been able to actually find any information on how to edit that file to give a group permission to access a specific service--does such an option exist?
Current restrictive policy has been eased down upstream.
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Dbus policy is obviously the "right" thing to do, but depending on a case, simple script might go a long way with less trouble. If I'm right in guessing that the error output contains the signal information, it looks interface or destination don't reflect the Upstart service that the signal refers to.
I think that the service information is just arguments in the D-Bus method call message, and I'm not sure I can edit the D-Bus policy for Upstart to make decisions based on argument values. I'm making an effort to try to do this the "right" way (thus the move away from Sys-V scripts in the first place), so I'd like to get this working through a D-Bus policy or some other Upstart configuration option, but if I can't get that working I'll accept this answer.
The configuration file also establishes resource limits, security parameters, and so forth.
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For details see dbus-daemon-1(1) - Linux man page To allow a group to start/stop Upstart jobs add following policy to /etc/dbus-1/system.d/In regards of your first question: Policy defines which interfaces and members can be accessed.