Re: Clarify what "sensible behaviour" is for init scripts
2008/7/4 Raphael Hertzog <email@example.com>:
>> In the above case which is the "bad" init script?:
> lighttpd obviously. It's not a sensible behaviour to fail when asked to
> start a service that is already running.
>> - lighttpd uses LSB specs.
> This seems to contradict what you told us before about what LSB compliant means
> for you. :)
Opssss, sorry, I meant that "lighttpd DOESN'T use LSB specs but Debian specs".
You say that "it's not a sensible behaviour to fail when asked to
start a service that is already running" but this is the default
behaviour of Debian init scripts (dince --oknodo is optional and of
course not always used).
Thanks for your comments. Best regards.
Iñaki Baz Castillo