Description of problem:
This is a list of issues for the logd init script when compared with the
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
* init script name conflicts with logd provided by upstart package
* man page for "logd" is for upstart's logd
* ha_logd is the man page for cluster-glue's logd
* suggest renaming init script to "ha_logd"
* logd init script is not added during package installation
* init script is installed to the wrong location. It should be installed to /etc/rc.d/init.d instead of /etc/init.d
[root@morph-03 init.d]# rpm -ql cluster-glue | grep init
* missing required actions:
- condrestart | try-restart
* wrong exit status from status action when service is stopped. Got 1, expected 3.
* subsystem locks are not used
* /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions is not used for standard reporting
* wrong exit status for usage and invalid arguments. Got 1, expected 2.
I suspect the simplest solution here is to just drop the ha_logd pieces.
We don't need them and eventually we want to standardize on the corosync versions.
standardize please.. either to corosync/logsys or logthread depending on what kind of performance/features you need.
Please make sure to follow the standards that are already in place.
(In reply to comment #2)
> standardize please.. either to corosync/logsys or logthread depending on what
> kind of performance/features you need.
> Please make sure to follow the standards that are already in place.
That wasn't relly what I was asking, the question is whether or not we ship logd until the standardization is complete.
(In reply to comment #3)
> (In reply to comment #2)
> > standardize please.. either to corosync/logsys or logthread depending on what
> > kind of performance/features you need.
> > Please make sure to follow the standards that are already in place.
> That wasn't relly what I was asking, the question is whether or not we ship
> logd until the standardization is complete.
If you can drop them right away, then let´s just kill them.
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