Re: Unexpected behavior when updating exclusive policy package

From: Casper Ti. Vector <>
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2020 21:20:48 +0800

On Tue, Oct 20, 2020 at 02:53:50PM +0200, Oliver Schad wrote:
> But because it could cause a production problem (think about a master
> SQL server in a high traffic situation wich kills all his caches during
> restart and maybe will be down for minutes), I think there should be a
> way to give s6-rc some advice manually, how to handle that situation.

I did this in two steps (of course, both after first checking that the
service runs correctly and that `s6-rc-update -n' outputs were right):
* Add the new service, without declaring any dependencies on it; compile
  the service database, and run `s6-rc-update'.
* `s6-rc -u change' the new service, then declare any dependency on the
  service; compile the database again, and run `s6-rc-update' again.

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