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Re: Issues after upgrade from jessie to stretch

I can agree with your remark of the fstab. I will see if I can bypass this.

On the systemd vs init I do not agree. Jessie already used systemd and I had no problems there. The biggest problem is not really the autofs but the iSCSI. I cannot imagine that I am the only one that uses iSCSI this way.



deloptes schreef op 2017-10-16 22:32:

Marco DE BOOIJ wrote:

Before on jessie it ran without a problem. How can I fix/debug these

As someone did a long thread on systemd vs init (+make style) and at the end
I was convinced that this is very useful on a server machine, I did install
sysvinit-core. Now I can handle all the scripts like before.

Second option is to learn systemd configuration and more your hack to the
proper systemd style of service management.

PS: I don't know why you would use autofs to mount something that should be
handled by fstab.

I don't think your concept is something I would implement. However with
init, it is easy to set priority and dependencies on the init scritps. Some
say it is also easy to do so in systemd


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