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Daemon Lord by Brian Stoner.

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Traditionally, end daemon processes are denoted with a d to clearly indicate that the process is actually a specific daemon and to Distinguish a specific daemon from a normal computer program. For example, syslogd is the daemon that implements the system logging feature, and sshd is the daemon that handles incoming SSH connections. </p> <p>In a Unix environment, the primary parent process of a daemon is often, but not always, the init process. A daemon is usually written either by a process that forks a child process and then immediately escapes, causing init to take control of the child process, or by an init-type process that starts the daemon directly. In addition, the daemon that is started on a fork and usually exits must perform other operations, such as disconnecting from the control terminal (tty) processing. These are routines that are often implemented in many utility routines such as daemon(3) on Unix. </p> <p>Systems often start daemons at boot time that respond to requests for service, hardware activity, or other software packages by performing a task. Daemons such as cron can also run certain tasks at set times. </p> <h2 id="21"><span class="ez-toc-section" id="terminology"></span> terminology<br /> <span class="ez-toc-section-end"></span></h2> <p>The term was coined by the programmers of the MIT MAC project. According to Fernando J. 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