Cristian Rodríguez <crrodriguez(a)opensuse.org> writes:
On 28/12/11 16:01, Per Jessen wrote:
Cristian Rodríguez wrote:
On 28/12/11 11:49, Michal Kubeček wrote:
the other hand, it brings a lot of problems and complicates things
that used to be simple and easy.
Yeah, simple and easy... did you mean obscure, undocumented, racy and
impossible to verify in large scale ?
Hasn't been much of a problem so far. Or do you have a list of
applicable bug reports?
Try the following, create a program that is able to figure out what
exactly init scripts do, if it really is what the packager intended.
Also try auditing all uses of /tmp , sed , awk, etc ensuring people
are using them correctly.
I think that's where your misconception comes from: Not you, the packager,
have to decide what I, the user, want to do. I want automounted NFS
shares, they worked before. The shell script just mounted rpc_pipefs and
started the idmapd, I can do that manually if need be.
Systemd fails doing either, and on top of that it also shuts down the
network for some obscure reasons. Did *you* intend that? If so why? If
not, why is it so hard to fix if everything is clear, documented, non-racy
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