socket activation has problems with response time if it takes a noticable amount of time for the service to start and get to steady-state.
Yes, for some things it's great, but for the main service a system is providing, I would not want to use it.
These sorts of things are the difference between desktop use (where you have lots of stuff defined, but seldom use any of it) and servers (where you permanently disable or uninstall what you don't need, and what remains is likely to be hammered)
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