[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#774328: Bug#774328: ctdb: Failed to start ctdb.service: Unit ctdb.service failed to load: No such file or directory.
biebl at debian.org
Wed Jan 28 14:42:26 UTC 2015
Am 28.01.2015 um 15:37 schrieb Mathieu Parent:
> Some background for systemd maintainers: ctdb was failing to start
> with a "no such file or drectory" error after an upgrade from wheezy
> to jessie.
> 2015-01-28 1:07 GMT+01:00 Martin Schwenke <martin at meltin.net>:
>> Hi Mathieu,
>> This has stopped failing. While that's obviously excellent, I wish I
>> could explain it. :-(
>> Perhaps a systemd update did something magic? I've only just seen
>> Cameron Norman's suggestion from 2015-01-02 to try "systemctl
>> daemon-reload". That would have been a nice idea. Not sure why I
>> didn't get an email from the bug system for Cameron's comment. :-(
>> This was happening on my laptop where reboots are uncommon... so I
>> suppose a reboot could have fixed it too.
> Yes.I guess.
>> Do packages that provide systemd init need to set some sort of trigger
>> that causes a "systemctl daemon-reload"? I just tried installing
>> proftpd-basic (random choice of daemon that I've never had installed
>> before), it starts and stops fine and I can't find any evidence of a
>> trigger like that, so that theory seems bogus. :-(
> "systemctl --system daemon-reload" is in ctdb postrm but not in
> postinst (from debhelper).
> Asking to the systemd maintainers:
> Is this a known problem? Is this coming from ctdb being an init file
> before, and a ".service" now?
Do you use dh-systemd/init-system-helpers to register your cdtb.service
unit? It generates maintainer scripts code to ensure "systemctl
daemon-reload" is called at the correct times.
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universe are pointed away from Earth?
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