Re: Not stopping daemons, where are we?
In article <[🔎] 1214912655.6931.45.camel@flash> you wrote:
> As I understand it, there is nothing magic about the approach taken, it
> just doesn't install the symlinks for rc0.d and rc6.d, and expects that
> the process will be cleaned up. It also reflects this in the LSB
> headers, so systems which use that information should also do the same
This is all fine, but what about daemons which have dependencies on remote
filesystems without declaration? Apache comes to mind, which often may run
on a Network filesystem. If killing all processes at the shutdown does not
observe the priority/ordering of the daemons this might kill the filesystem
thread before apache can write out pending data.