[Syslog-ng-maintainers] Bug#769499: syslog-ng-core fails to enable systemd service unit
hartmans at debian.org
Fri Nov 14 21:25:53 GMT 2014
>>>>> "Simon" == Simon McVittie <smcv at debian.org> writes:
Simon> On 14/11/14 03:50, Sam Hartman wrote:
>> # Automatically added by dh_installinit if [ -x
>> "/etc/init.d/syslog-ng" ]; then update-rc.d syslog-ng defaults 10
>> 90 >/dev/null || exit $? fi # End automatically added section
Simon> That should be enough to enable "syslog-ng.service", because
Simon> Debian's update-rc.d knows that /etc/init.d/foo in sysvinit
Simon> corresponds to foo.service in systemd, and keeps their
Simon> enabledness states in sync.
In my experience, that's not enough to enable a unit.
I had to add explicit enables for the krb5-kdc.service unit in the
krb5-kdc package (similar for krb5-admin-server); update-rc.d didn't do
I agree that update-rc.d foo enable|disable does also seem to deal with
I agree that it sometimes prints messages about how it's keeping things
However, I've never seen evidence that update-rc.d foo defaults actually
does the right thing with the unit.
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