I’ve recently brought my system up-to-date. Unfortunately, this has lead to unexpected behavior from the nextcloud synchronisation client (from the official repos). Not only did it start automatically at some point without my knowledge, but it’s also unkillable: it doesn’t matter if I close the program through its own menu, or try to kill the process directly. It simply comes back immediately in all its glory.
Using htop and invoking
systemctl status I’ve come to the conclusion that the process is spawned by systemd as part of the
dbus.service. This service is run under a
user-1000.slice. I cannot find a service by that name in
/etc/systemd/system/, and in fact there’s other services I know missing from there too.
So, do you have any ideas on where else one could find systemd user services, and how I can tell systemd to please NOT start / restart nextcloud on its own?