The first patch allows services to implement a 'reload' action, and the
other three implement the 'reload' action for nginx, prosody and
Services do not have to implement 'reload' and if, say, foo-daemon
doesn't implement it, 'herd reload foo-daemon' will return 1 and display
a message saying that foo-deamon does not have an action 'reload'.
That's the reason of the #f default value.