Re: Problems with init
I'm in favour of improving things where possible. I'm also in favour of staying
reasonably compatible unless there's a compelling reason not to. Personally,
I think the ability to use scripts from /etc/init.d after booting is more
important than the details of how init runs them. Whether I use the rc-file
or rc.d is a lot less important to me.
The specific idea of using dependacies in rc/init system is a good one. I've
wondered about it myself a few times. However, I'm curious about how it handles
state. I'd think it would require more than SysV runlevels.
Is this in a released NetBSD, or is it just in CVS?
On Sat, Jul 28, 2001 at 09:25:15AM -0500, Steve Price wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 28, 2001 at 03:38:14PM +0400, Wartan Hachaturow wrote:
> > I would like to point out again that we're not trying to change Debian,
> > or the way it works. We're trying to get it to use a BSD kernel ;)
> > In my mind it should mimic the Debian/Linux way everywhere possible.
> And if somewhere along the way this project finds something that
> works even better than the Debian way, will you stick with the
> lesser solution just because, ... well just because? While there
> is no conclusive evidence (yet) that NetBSD's new rcinit code is
> that much better than the current SysV scheme that Debian uses it
> does have merits that are worth exploring. Making a better mouse-
> trap is a good thing but if you let "policy" be your blinders then
> it is less likely to happen.
> All IMHO of course.
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