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Re: [Linux-cluster] Init scripts and cluster suite



On Tue, Aug 29, 2006 at 11:18:34AM -0400, Lon Hohberger wrote:

> According to the LSB, init scripts are supposed to return 0 in
> stop-after-stop situations.

Which is not the case at this moment, as bug #151104, that you refer
to yourself, already mentions.

> Disabling (e.g. failed->disabled) should always work, even if a portion
> of the 'stop' phase returns nonzero.  It's really the only way to get a

This is definitely not the case at this moment.

> service out of the failed state - so the assumption is that you have
> cleaned up (or will clean up) the service before you try to enable it
> again.
> 
> If this is not working, please file a bugzilla -- failed->disable should
> work (maybe it should throw better warnings).

Will do so.  Against rgmanager?

> The patch included in the above bugzilla should fix the problem for most
> Red Hat (CentOS, etc.) installations, but will not be shipped in any
> updates of RHEL4 because of the fact that users / administrators might
> be erroneously relying on the "stop after stop returning failure"
> "feature" (even though it is not LSB compliant).

OK, understood.

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