Re: sarge apt and init daemons
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David Clymer wrote:
> The debian post install script probably doest go through the rc.*
> directories looking for runlevel entries since these are all just
> symlinks to a script in /etc/init.d/. All that it probably checks for is
> that the /etc/init.d/<whatever> script exists and is executable. Then,
> on the assumption that its generally a good idea to stop and start
> daemons when upgrading them, it does so.
I just think it would be a good idea to not start something that's not
running anyway. Check to see if the proc is running and if it is, restart.
> If you want to keep updates from starting the daemon, just chmod 644 it.
That sounds reasonable...and simple. :) thanks.
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