Troubleshooting boot problems
cjk at teamcharliesangels.com
Wed Apr 21 17:45:12 UTC 2010
On Wed, 21 Apr 2010 11:19:29 -0500
Patrick Goetz <pgoetz at mail.utexas.edu> wrote:
> > Subject: Re: Troubleshooting boot problems
> > From: Florian Diesch <diesch at spamfence.net>
> > Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2010 12:18:40 +0200
> > Any event can be emitted by any program using upstart's DBus API.
> > IMHO it's not that important to know where a event gets emitted
> > (that's an implementation detail) but what it actually
> > means.
> I'm not sure I agree with this. I understand that an event driven
> system isn't linear (see previous discussion thread) but some services
> do have linear dependencies; i.e. there are some services which can only
> be started after others (yes, I realize this is an event dependency --
> it's still a linear relationship).
> The example I provided should be adequate: most iptables scripts start
> by flushing the tables. If I have a custom table I need/want to have,
> it's important to me to know if ufw is running before or after my
> script, since I don't want my iptables rules to be flushed when the
> system is fully booted. The question: does ufw run before or after the
> rc2.d scripts? is a question about a linear ordering, and an
> administrator should be able to determine this what looking at source
> code or jumping through a bunch of hoops. Perhaps a program like
> pstree, but for events, would be useful?
> Speculation about how to suspend a service is all well and good
> (commenting out the start line seems logical) but there should be an
> *official* way to do this to avoid problems down the road.
What about using the settings in /etc/default/ufw ?
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