Le jeudi 13 janvier 2005 Ã 10:05 +0000, Joe Orton a Ãcrit : > On Wed, Jan 12, 2005 at 04:33:13PM +0100, FÃliciano Matias wrote: > > Is this a bug ? > > $ rpm -q --scripts bind > > postuninstall scriptlet (using /bin/sh): > > if [ "$1" -ge 1 ]; then > > /etc/rc.d/init.d/named condrestart >/dev/null 2>&1 || : > > fi > > I'd say it depends on the daemon, for some it could be necessary. But > for any network-facing daemon I would say that it's surprising and > undesirable behaviour if a package update breaks active client > connections etc. Making configuration changes take effect from a %post > is unfriendly; especially if the config is not marked noreplace. > When I update my system, the propose is to use the new version (security fix, ...). Perhaps it's better to schedule an update at midnight than when there is a rush of connection. It's up to the administrator to decide when and how to update his system. If daemons are not restarted when I update a system then when this append ? Do you ask me to always reboot my computer after "yum update" ? Too bad. Suppose I update httpd and httpd is not restarted. One week later the server is restarted (power failure), the new httpd does not start and "bad luck" I am in holidays... What do you think about this scenario ? btw, "service httpd reload" (or condreload) is not enough alter an update ?
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