[Bug 1046987] Re: nscd should start after nslcd if both are present

Raubvogel 1046987 at bugs.launchpad.net
Thu Sep 6 18:53:29 UTC 2012


** Description changed:

  If nslcd and nscd are both installed on a machine, that means we are
  doing ldap. Which means nslcd needs to first talk to ldap and then have
  nscd do its thing by querying nslcd.  Therefore, we really want
  /etc/init.d/nscd to have something like:
  
- Should-Start: nslcd
- Should-Stop: nslcd
+ # Should-Start: nslcd
+ # Should-Stop: nslcd
+ 
+ Reference (because I forget things):
+ http://wiki.debian.org/LSBInitScripts/

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Title:
  nscd should start after nslcd if both are present

Status in “eglibc” package in Ubuntu:
  New

Bug description:
  If nslcd and nscd are both installed on a machine, that means we are
  doing ldap. Which means nslcd needs to first talk to ldap and then
  have nscd do its thing by querying nslcd.  Therefore, we really want
  /etc/init.d/nscd to have something like:

  # Should-Start: nslcd
  # Should-Stop: nslcd

  Reference (because I forget things):
  http://wiki.debian.org/LSBInitScripts/

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