On Tuesday 10 July 2007 20.04:38 Russ Allbery wrote: > Toni Mueller <email@example.com> writes: > > Slapd may require an > > external SQL server if a suitable backend is defined, and I guess that > > a whole slew of other applications have similar problems. > > You should require everything you might use directly using the > Should-Start stanza, which says that you should start after those > services if anything provides them but that not having them available > isn't an error. Hmmm. With slapd, for example, it's certainly possible where one scenario (slapd uses SQL database) directly contradicts another scenario (startup of SQL database uses auth info which is provided by slapd). Not sure how a packager should deal with this. (slapd being used only as an example. Other scenarios for other services are certainly possible.) cheers -- vbi -- featured link: http://fortytwo.ch/gpg/intro
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