[Pkg-net-snmp-devel] Bug#782243: systemd service files for net-snmp
hertzog at debian.org
Tue Jun 21 07:13:41 UTC 2016
thanks for the review.
On Mon, 20 Jun 2016, Sam Tannous wrote:
> Other then that, my "After" was set to "networking.service syslog.service"
> rather then "network.target" because I find the latter does not mean the
> network is actually up and usable. Also, we opted to not start snmpd
> by default (we make users consciously choose to "enable" and "start" (in
> debian/rules file).
I used network.target because networking.service looks wrong to me: it
works only with ifupdown. And all other systemd services rely on
$ grep -l -r network.target /lib/systemd/system/* | wc -l
$ grep -l -r networking.target /lib/systemd/system/* | wc -l
If you have a case where the network is not yet fully configured in
network.target then you should really figure out a fix which ensures that
it's the case instead of working around in other application-level service
syslog.service is useless as that kind of dependency is implicitely
handled via (/dev/log) socket activation.
> I haven't looked at the first patch (diffs of diffs give me a headache...I
> just applied all the patches (via git apply) but I will look at it later
> this week.
You don't need to look at this patch. It's just what is in Debian unstable
already but which is not committed the packaging repository yet.
> Patches 3 and 4 look good but I haven't tested them yet.
I did test "dpkg-buildpackage -A" and "dpkg-buildpackage -B" to ensure my changes
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