Re: correct init

From: Jeff <>
Date: Thu, 16 May 2019 17:52:49 +0200

> process #1 should not rely on conditions that it has not previously
> ascertained to be true (eg by setting something up by itself, so it
> exists and is safe to use/rely on it).

> sounds self-evident ? sadly many inits do not comply with that
> postulation, a well known example that comes immediatly to mind
> is the poorly designed/though out SysV init itself.

it also relies on syslog for logging, though it cannot ensure someone
listens to /dev/log and processes the log messages.
Received on Thu May 16 2019 - 15:52:49 UTC

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