Bug#920117: stop-bootlogd: It starts too early

Dmitry Bogatov KAction at debian.org
Wed Jan 23 19:28:45 GMT 2019

control: tags -1 +confirmed

[2019-01-21 23:01] Bjarni Ingi Gislason <bjarniig at rhi.hi.is>
> Package: bootlogd
> Version: 2.93-3
> Severity: wishlist
> Dear Maintainer,
>   the "bootlogd" should stop as late as possible to catch all output from
> the booting process.
>   Currently it is in the time slot "02" but the last boot script is
> "rc.local" in "04".
>   The "Required-Start" in "/etc/init.d/stop-bootlogd" should be changed
> from "$local_fs" to "$all" (same as for "rc.local") to start it as the
> last script.

Yes, I see; but it is correct to have two scripts that depends on $all?
Maybe it would be better to depend on rc.local?

Dear co-maintainers, any ideas, what uninteded side-effects it may have?
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