Re: Please allow insserv version 1.12.0-2 into Lenny (Was: Freeze exception for insserv 1.12.0-1?)
Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> The discovered issues with insserv 1.12.0-1 has been resolved, and a
> sourcefull upload of 1.12.0-2 was done to solve an issue detected on
> alpha. This was a problem with insserv expecting deterministic
> ordering of entries returned from readdir(), which proved to cause a
> problem on alpha. The issue exist in all versions of insserv up to
> Most of the changes done since the version in Lenny (1.11.0-9) are
> updates to the test suite, and the new version pass all the tests
> passed by version 1.11.0-9 as well as all the new tests like the one
> failing if the readdir() ordering isn't as insserv expect it. The
> test suite is very comprehensive.
> In addition, Kel Modderman has done a great job with the upstream
> author and got almost all our patches integrated into the new version.
> And finally, upstream rewrote the script ordering code to handle start
> and stop sequences separately, to solve a long term Debian bug with
> "fake" dependenly loops.
> All in all, the new version of insserv is tested and confirmed to do
> as it should for all settings where it is expected to work, and also
> make the ordering more robust regarding file system features and
> script dependencies.
> Please allow it to propagate into Lenny when its resting time in
> unstable is over. It will improve the state of the release goal for
> dependency based boot sequencing in Lenny.