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Re: RFC: OpenRC as Init System for Debian

]] Stefan Fritsch 

> For example, the apache2 init script starts htcacheclean if and only 
> if mod_disk_cache is enabled. While this could arguably be considered 
> as an upstrem deficiency, such cases won't simply disappear because 
> systemd becomes more common.

Ideally, they will, but even if they dont…

> And fixing this in the daemon as part of a packager's work is not
> feasible.



> Also, the apache2 init script creates various required directories on 
> volatile file systems like /var/run or /var/lock and supports multiple 
> running instances, but these are more common problems.

tmpfiles.d for the directories, multiple instance support is built-in
already, so that becomes easier if anything.

Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are

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