I was just saying that there are times when socket activation is not the best thing to be doing.
It's never a good idea to disable a socket activation. Socket activation is your safety net. It guarantees that services will be started when they are needed. Everything else is optional.
This is yet another thing which systemd is doing correctly and which was traditionally managed in an an-hoc-kinda-works-in-you-quint-just-right way.
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