Re: The insserv mess - or how not to change important parts of systems
Marco d'Itri wrote:
On Jul 28, Bernd Zeimetz <email@example.com> wrote:
" Insserv will become essential together with sysv-rc, and is not
supposed to be simple to remove any more. Dependency based boot
sequencing is going to become the default and suppoted boot sequencing
method. I'll remove the option to disable it. "
This is a bold statement... I see more upstart than insserv in Debian's
future, so making it essential does not look like a good idea to me.
It is the first step to a full upstart system.
IIRC the schedule is something like:
- now: inssev
- +6 months: upstart calling init.d scripts with inserv order
- squeeze+1: true upstart: move all scripts to a event based system
a slow plan because of the lot possible bugs
But I expect pere will publish (in announce? in news?) the right
and precise plan.