[Pkg-sysvinit-devel] Bug#739147: udev: runlevel one kills udevd, is not restarted in runlevel 2
biebl at debian.org
Thu Feb 27 17:24:21 UTC 2014
Am 16.02.2014 14:20, schrieb Michael Biebl:
> Am 16.02.2014 03:30, schrieb Dwight Davis:
>> Package: udev
>> Version: 204-6
>> Severity: normal
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>> My laptops hw clock dosn't work, so I've been booting into runlevel one and
>> setting it. Pressing ctrl 'D' has the system continuing to boot into runlevel
>> 2. The problem is udevd is killed going into runlevel 1, but is not restarted
>> when exiting runlevel 1 into 2
> Can you post the output of
> ls -la /etc/rc?.d/???udev
> I assume you are running sysvinit?
Hm, afaics, that's how sysvinit or rather /etc/rc1.d/S01killprocs works.
It stops all services when entering that runlevel.
Take other rcS services, like hdparm. They are also killed when entering
I don't think there is anything to fix here specifically in udev and is
sort-of expected behaviour.
I'll let the sysvinit maintainers comment on this issue though.
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