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Re: rsyslog is in F8



Peter Vrabec wrote:

No, it not :-(. service rsyslog start will always start rsyslog, but we
need to start rsyslog only when sysklogd run before.
Well, then how about
%pre
 if ( enabled syslog && running sysklog) then
         touch /tmp/someflag
%post
 if -f /tmp/someflag then
     chkconfig --enable 35 rsyslog


as for if enabled -> chkconfig : chkconfig --list syslog | awk '{print $5,$7}' | .....
if running: service syslog status | grep running



I don't see this as a huge problem, this is rawhide, it it expected to kill your cat and eat your goldfish and from time to time it will even upgrade some components (kernel etc.) requiring you a reboot.
Why kill fishes if a couple of bash lines would preserve them for your piranha ?


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