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Re: Bug#122188: ssh: ssh should start earlier

On Mon, Sep 15, 2003 at 06:41:53PM +1000, Russell Coker wrote:
> OK.  In that case there would be no need to restart sshd with a different 
> configuration as the regular configuration of sshd will respect /etc/nologin, 
> which is all the control we need over non-root logins.

I didn't think of that, so I agree that no special configuration is
needed.  Given this, all I should have said was:  If starting ssh
earlier is good, starting it as soon as /usr is mounted is better,
and starting it when fsck fails is better still.  All optionally, of


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