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Bug#324779: marked as done (apache2-mpm-worker should check whether apache2 is installed)

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Package: apache2-mpm-worker
Version: 2.0.54-4

I installed apache2, which caused apache2-mpm-worker to be installed. I then removed apache2, which did not cause apache2-mpm-worker to be removed. When I tried to upgrade it or remove it, it tried to invoke (from line 8 of it's prerm script):

/usr/sbin/invoke-rc.d apache2 stop

But since apache2 was not there, the stop failed, and it could not be removed. I had to manually edit the prerm script to remove it. This might also be an issue with other apache2 friends.

Thanks so much for the hard work!

Bryan Klingner

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Version: 2.0.55-4

From looking at the current apache package, there's no way the prerm can fail any more as it has an || true at the end of the invoke-rc.d call. Closing this bug.
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