steve.langasek at ubuntu.com
Tue Aug 16 18:06:46 UTC 2011
On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 10:46:42AM -0700, Clint Byrum wrote:
> > > For non-servers, this means very little.. most of them only have lo in
> > > /etc/network/interfacfes. For a server, it means we may delay entering
> > > runlevel 2 by up to 30 seconds waiting for network interfaces to be
> > > detected by the kernel and brought up. This gives a reasonable chance
> > > that most multi-interface servers with services configured to start in
> > > runlevel 2 bound to specific interfaces will have a successful boot.
> > However, it also means that the services in runlevel 2 will attempt to start
> > even if half the filesystem is missing. That could cause some
> > unreliability, particularly in HA environments where an up-but-broken
> > service may be worse than a down one?
> I'm not sure I see how this can happen. failsafe only starts on filesystem
> and net-device-up IFACE=lo.
Ah, indeed. Conclusion: Clint's better at writing upstart jobs than I am at
reading them. :-)
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