Bug#918764: udev: "udevadm control --reload-rules" kills all processes except init
abe at debian.org
Sun Feb 3 19:27:13 GMT 2019
Nicolas Cavallari wrote:
> udev is started in rcS.d, way before elogind, which is in rc2.d.
> The result is that, at boot, udev clearly logs that it does
> not detect cgroups, so it will not make its sigkilling spree.
> But after elogind is started, the cgroups are created.
> udev really needs to be restarted after that point to
> have it detect the cgroups and trigger the bug.
Indeed, thanks! That explains why it didn't happen directly after
reboot, but only after udev has been restarted at least once.
Maybe uninstalling cgroupfs-mount removes something that should have
been kept intact when elogind is also installed/running — and having
either cgroupfs-mount or elogind installed triggers the issue.
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