On 28.02.2012 20:27, Steve Langasek wrote: > subsequent hooks. OTOH, there might be cases where that's beneficial > because it lets a critical hook declare that an interface bring-up hasn't > succeeded and the interface bring-up should be rolled back so the admin can > try again. If that is the only use-case for this change (and I can't come up with a better argument for this change either), I'd prefer if we use a dedicated return code for this case. This way, ifupdown doesn't need to change its behaviour and hooks which need to be able to initiate such a rollback can do that explicitly. So from my pov it would be preferable if this change in ifupdown was reverted and support for such a special return code was added. Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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