systemd: bugreports for missing service-files

Reindl Harald h.reindl at
Mon Jun 20 23:18:00 UTC 2011

Am 20.06.2011 19:40, schrieb Adam Williamson:

> You keep talking about 'random order' but I'm not sure this is accurate.
> My understanding was that systemd respects the dependency information in
> LSB-compliant headers and hence will fire these up in the correct order
> as long as the dependencies are correct. If there are any LSB-type
> headers with incorrect or incomplete dependency information, this is a
> bug that *can* be fixed with updates to F15

god damned only the order is useless


what exactly do you not understand in the fact that even starting myqld
first does not help with a large database since mysqld needs some seconds
to accept connections and systemd fires up the follwing services

so you need socket-activation
this means "systemctl stop mysqld.service" is not possible before you manually
do "systemctl stop mysqld.socket" which is a hughe design bug

F15 is simply broken for all mysql-driven services

have you ever seen a server with real traffic and an idea what it means to
fire up httpd some seconds before mysqld is ready? have you ever seen what
happens on msot mail-clients if the server accepts client-connections and
can not authenticate the users because the backend is not ready, most clients
will give the user a password prompt, most users doe snot know theit passwords

so where was the QA before the release which forbids fix the release?

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