Upstart problem - apache, ssh daemon not running
agger at modspil.dk
Thu Apr 1 09:21:39 UTC 2010
Some months ago, these daemons - and also, unsettlingly, the CUPS
printer daemon - stopped running automatically after bootup.
This problem was related to an "improvement" going from upstart 0.6.3-10
to 0.6.3-11, which caused the scripts in /etc/init.d/ not to be run if
no network connection wa available during bootup - which it isn't, as
I'm using a laptop with wireless networking.
The solution was to downgrade to 0.6.3-10 and (or so I thought) lock the
program to this version. Suddenly, however, a few days ago Suddenly,
meaning in the last few days, the apache server and the SSH daemon on my
laptop once again stopped running after login on my laptop.
As stated, my understanding is that the new version of upstart does this
when there's no network connection during boot, but I have no idea WHY
it does that - it seems illogical, as apache and SSH will run fine over
the loopback interface and I actually do this all the time to test new
web pages etc. Can anyone enlighten me?
Does anyone know if there's a LASTING solution to this problem in Ubuntu
Also, does someone know if this problem is also present with the version
of upstart in Lucid?
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