Re: Should Debian use lsb init-functions?
Le Tue, 29 Mar 2005 00:06:19 -0600, Ron Johnson a écrit :
> On Tue, 2005-03-29 at 06:31 +0200, Alban Browaeys wrote:
>> Le Tue, 29 Mar 2005 01:09:55 +0200, Jeroen van Wolffelaar a écrit :
>> > On Mon, Mar 28, 2005 at 02:24:03PM +0200, Wouter Verhelst wrote:
>> >> For the record, it is not true that there is no logging of initscripts.
>> >> The logging is perhaps not enabled by default and it is perhaps not
>> >> detailed to the extent as suggested in the bugreport, but by running
>> >> echo 'BOOTLOGD_ENABLE=Yes' > /etc/default/bootlogd
>> >> one can enable initscript logging to /var/log/boot, which will show
>> >> everything that was sent to the console during bootup (excluding kernel
>> >> messages).
>> > *blink*, wow... why isn't this like on by default, and the package in
>> > question installed by default?
>> well because if you boot in single user mode it will log all your root
>> session for example.
> Sounds like a good thing to me!
well that was a bit short so to respect mike works:
On 2004.04.04 21:26, Greg Wooledge wrote:
> You wouldn't have to hack /sbin/sulogin itself. All you would have
> to do is add a line to /etc/inittab right *before* the sulogin, which
> triggers only in single-user mode:
Sure, but that means editting /etc/inittab in postinst. I don't
disagree, but there is a bug open against sysvinit that asks for
inittab being a conffile which means postinst cannot edit it.
Besides, I've decided bootlogd sucks anyway.
It would be much better if /etc/init.d/rc simply started the
scripts in /etc/rc?.d directories through a script(1) like wrapper.
The wrapper would write to /var/log/boot.log directly if it was
writable. Otherwise it would connect to a bootlogd-like
in-memory buffer process through a UNIX socket or pipe, spawning
it if it didn't run yet. Much less fragile.
This looks great in my opinion (i always agree with upstream :) no
kidding ). Much like dmesg. I feel showing verbose message is good only
that ojn current best one have to be superman to follow the flood !