Bug #595

Updated by Marc Dequènes 4 months ago

Quite often a service is considered OK because the init script did not return an error, but the SYSV compatibility layer in systemd has no way to know if this is a one-shot run or if a daemon is to be run, and maybe forked.

We should evaluate all the compat services listed with this command:
ansible all -m shell -a "systemctl | grep -E 'active +(exited|running) +(LSB|SYSV):' +exited +LSB:' | awk '{ print \$1 }'"

We should list the one-shot services somewhere, to be able to filter-out in a later (regular?) check.

We should borrow missing systemd config from Debian unstable if existing and applicable or create our own and contribute it.