Services that can start by default policy feedback
notting at redhat.com
Mon Feb 28 16:53:25 UTC 2011
Kevin Fenzi (kevin at scrye.com) said:
> Well, I think the rationale was "these are basic services that are
> required to bring the machine up into a gui and allow a user to login
> and be able to apply updates, etc"
> At least that was my thought.
> I wonder now if we couldn't use the critical path setup to define
> Ie, "If your package is not critical path, it should not start by
> default. If it is, it _may_ start by default"
It's not bad, although it makes comps the arbiter, which seems a
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