[Pkg-sysvinit-devel] Bug#826214: SysV init scripts using init-d-script are not properly redirected to systemctl according to codesearch.d.n

Ian Jackson ijackson at chiark.greenend.org.uk
Wed Nov 16 16:15:25 UTC 2016

Martin writes:
> Correct:
> + set /etc/init.d/apache-htcacheclean start
> [...]
> + prog=apache-htcacheclean
> + service=apache-htcacheclean.service
> Thus $0 is okay (from the "set" in init-t-script)

Err, really ?  I'm not sure this is right.  I don't have the set -x
output that Martin is apparently working from in front of me, but

   set /etc/init.d/apache-htcacheclean start

looks quite wrong.  It would set $1 to
`/etc/init.d/apache-htcacheclean' and $2 to `start'.

But maybe I'm just confused.  I can't find the `"set" in
init-t-script' Martin refers to.  init-d-script has only one set and
it's a set -x.

My /lib/lsb/init-functions doesn't look like it would trash $1.


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