#1722 Starting prosody with unrecognized arguments does not fail
What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Run: sudo prosody shell
What is the expected output?
The command is incorrect (should be 'prosodyctl shell') and it should fail.
What do you see instead?
Prosody starts up, running as root, attempts to bind to ports, and eventually shuts down. The usual logic of prosodyctl to prevent running multiple instances, or to drop privileges, is bypassed.