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Re: Dependency based boot sequencing and triggers

Petter Reinholdtsen <pere@hungry.com> writes:

>> Otherwise the installer unnecessarily and repetitively globally
>> recalculates initscript dependencies for each package installed.
> Actually, it happens every time a init.d script is added to the boot
> and shutdown sequence, and I believe it have to do that, to make sure
> each script insertion fail individually when a script with incorrect
> dependency information is encountered.

Yes. The trigger shouldn't be the best way to cupe with it.

If a trigger is used then all pending scripts would be ignored due a
specific one being buggy.

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