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Re: ssh: ssh should start earlier

On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 07:14:00AM +0100, Adrian Phillips wrote:
> Package: ssh
> Version: 1:2.9p2-6
> Severity: wishlist
> If any of the init scripts which start with the "default" value (20)
> hang then there is no way of accessing the machine. ssh should really
> start as soon as possible to give accss to the machine while the rest
> of the init scripts are started.

On the face of it this seems like a reasonable request to me,
considering something like a colocated system. However, I can imagine
subtle breakage resulting from changing it carelessly. Does anyone have
any comments on a suitable number for ssh's init script?

The chief constraints I currently see are that it should start after ppp
(14) and bind9 (15).


Colin Watson                                  [cjwatson@flatline.org.uk]

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