Bug#623377: init: don't start in runlevel S *and* 2345
On 04/19/2011 08:40 PM, Michael Biebl wrote:
> the initscripts of nfs-common, pormap and rpcbind all have the following in
> their LSB header:
> # Default-Start: S 2 3 4 5
> # Default-Stop: 0 1 6
> As a result, the init scripts are run *twice* when you boot your system.
> More importantly though, this breaks systemd horribly, as this leads to a
> depedency loop there.
That's a clear design flow in systemd.
> nfs-common, portmap and rpcbind are the only packages using such a strange setup
> in Default-Start.
> I can't really tell, if those packages are supposed to be started during early
> boot (rcS) and be running in single-user mode or starting them in multi-user is
AFAICT it's kind of a workaround for the broken networking script that
succeeds before devices are really available.