[Lxc-users] Installing services resets the symlinks in /etc/rc*.d (debian template)

Csordás Csaba Ifj. cscsordas at gmail.com
Thu Jan 3 21:20:06 UTC 2013

The user creates a container, installs rsyslog, and then on shutdown
he is wondering about the various error messages the umount* scripts

Would somebody fix it please?


On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 9:28 PM, Daniel Baumann
<daniel.baumann at progress-technologies.net> wrote:
> it would help if you would be precicely and clearly stating *what* the
> thing is that you're surprised about.
> first, any update-rc.d call will re-instate any service that has no
> start or stop links at all, this has always been like that.
> in order to circumvent it, you need to leave at least one link in one
> runlevel intact to prevent update-rc.d re-instating the service, you
> might want to use live-debconfig to make this for you in an upgrade-safe
> way.
> second, the 'human readable' numbers of the service links are entirely
> pointless anyway since the introduction of dependency based booting in
> debian, see the discussions on -devel that come up every other year
> about it.
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