A Dbus signal can be lost?


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A Dbus signal can be lost?

Hello to everyone! I have a little and simple question. I'm developing a simple application that receives dbus signals . The application works great, but a question is around my head and that is : A dbus signal can be lost ? I read some dbus documentation but didn't clear me this doubt.

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Reliability . bus1/dbus-broker Wiki . GitHub

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DBus is meant to be a reliable transport, this poses several challenges, this page outlines how the dbus-broker deals with them.
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