informations about boot sequence (Re: F15 - mysql start problem)
tgl at redhat.com
Mon May 9 15:26:50 UTC 2011
=?ISO-8859-2?Q?Micha=B3_Piotrowski?= <mkkp4x4 at gmail.com> writes:
> Ok, I know what is happening. I looked at the init script and I
> realized that it doesn't have any LSB header info about boot process
No, it's assuming that the chkconfig numbering takes care of that.
Are you saying that systemd no longer honors the chkconfig ordering?
That doesn't leave me with a warm feeling about how much testing the
systemd stuff has gotten, because there is all kinds of stuff that's
liable to fall over without that.
> I also looked at other services and here are some of them that
> needs fixing:
> - memcached - (I created systemd service for it) - I can provide a
> patch for classic init script
> - smb - as above
> - nmb - as above
> - mysql - I can provide a patch for classic init scrip
> - postgresql - as above
Yes, mysql and postgresql are both certainly broken by this. Please
send the info, I'll take care of those two.
regards, tom lane
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