Bug#512209: Please don't touch sshd from interfaces-up
| * Check that /var/run/sshd.pid exists and that the process ID listed there
| corresponds to sshd before running '/etc/init.d/ssh reload' from if-up
| script; SIGHUP is racy if called at boot before sshd has a chance to
| install its signal handler, but fortunately the pid file is written
| after that which lets us avoid the race (closes: #502444).
| * While the above is a valuable sanity-check, it turns out that it doesn't
| really fix the bug (thanks to Kevin Price for testing), so for the
| meantime we'll just use '/etc/init.d/ssh restart', even though it is
| unfortunately heavyweight.
Why restart it at all? There's little point in the default
configuration where sshd listens on INADDR_ANY.
At least make it configurable and don't mess with it from interfaces by
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