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dbus-event(7)							 dbus-event(7)

NAME
       dbus - event signalling that a dbus signal has been emitted

SYNOPSIS
       dbus   [BUS=BUS_NAME]  SIGNAL=SIGNAL  INTERFACE=INTERFACE  OBJPATH=PATH
       SENDER=SENDER DESTINATION=DESTINATION ARG0=VALUE ARGN=VALUE

DESCRIPTION
       The dbus event is generated by the upstart-dbus-bridge(8) daemon when a
       D-Bus  signal  is  emitted whose details match the dbus event condition
       and environment specified in a job's start on or stop on stanza is mod‐
       ified.

       Arguments that are simple types (string, int, etc.) are translated into
       strings and placed as parameters on the event with the pattern ARG  and
       the  number representing the placement in the event prototype.  Parame‐
       ters that are not a simple type are  skipped,  with  the	 number	 being
       incremented the same.

       The    BUS    parameter	  is	optional   and	 only	set   if   the
       upstart-dbus-bridge(8) daemon is started with the --bus-name parameter.
       The value of BUS will be the same as the value passed as the parameter.

EXAMPLES
       start  on  dbus SIGNAL=NameAcquired INTERFACE=org.freedesktop.DBus OBJ‐
       PATH=/org/freedesktop/DBus		   SENDER=org.freedesktop.DBus
       ARG0=com.mycorp.foo
	      Start  job  when	a  particular  NameAcquired  D-Bus  signal  is
	      received.

AUTHOR
       Written by James Hunt <james.hunt@canonical.com>

BUGS
       Report bugs at <https://launchpad.net/upstart/+bugs>

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright © 2013 Canonical Ltd.

       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO  warranty;  not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.

SEE ALSO
       init(5) init(8) upstart-dbus-bridge(8)

upstart				  2013-04-25			 dbus-event(7)
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