ALT Linux Bugzilla – #10906
[FR] disable rawdevices service by default
Last modified: 2010-08-28 01:20:42
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It's suggested to disable rawdevices service by default; since these are
extremely rarely needed, maybe even worth splitting off from startup (not sure
on this, just checked CentOS 4.4: this script _does_ belong to initscripts)
This change should be enough, isn't it?
I don't know -- just disabled the whole thing, even back when I've dealt with
Oracle on ALM2.0 (they didn't need it too there).
Please merge this commit:
...or mark this WONTFIX, and let's get done with it.
startup-0.9.8.28-alt1 -> sisyphus:
* Fri Aug 27 2010 Dmitry V. Levin <ldv@altlinux> 0.9.8.28-alt1
- Added dependence on /sbin/fsck (closes: #22410).
- init.d/rawdevices: turned off by default
(by Michael Shigorin; closes: #10906).
+ Disable update of /etc/mtab when the latter is a symlink
(by Alexey I. Froloff; closes: #23133).
+ No longer try to mount already mounted /proc and /sys
+ Disable USEMODULES when /sbin/modprobe is not available,
thus removed hard dependence on module-init-tools
+ Refactored automatic reboot.
+ Added SELinux support
(by Mikhail Efremov and me).
+ Made halt action configurable, default remains unchanged
(by Sergey Y. Afonin and me; closes: #10326).
+ Reworked unmounting of virtual filesystems so that /proc, /sys,
/dev and any usbfs inside /dev are nor longer unmounted
(closes: #11888, #22118).