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#1 2012-11-05 01:50:56

hoanglan87
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how to change daemon (service) start order by systemd?

how to change daemon (service) start order by systemd? I want getty start after all other service have been started.

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#2 2012-11-05 02:33:44

falconindy
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Re: how to change daemon (service) start order by systemd?

The only forcibly spawned getty is of Type=idle, which does exactly this -- waits until all other jobs have been dispatched.

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#3 2012-11-14 13:47:53

karol
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Re: how to change daemon (service) start order by systemd?

falconindy wrote:

The only forcibly spawned getty is of Type=idle, which does exactly this -- waits until all other jobs have been dispatched.

It doesn't work for me, as I get the login and shell prompts spammed with info about loaded services. Adding 'quiet' to the "APPEND line" in syslinux helps.

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#4 2012-11-15 11:23:37

hoanglan87
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Re: how to change daemon (service) start order by systemd?

If you do that, you'll not see services messages when booting.

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#5 2012-11-15 13:06:24

karol
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Re: how to change daemon (service) start order by systemd?

hoanglan87 wrote:

If you do that, you'll not see services messages when booting.

I know.
I the worst case I can think of, I can boot a liveCD and do some maintenance work.

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#6 2012-11-15 13:31:16

Antoine
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Re: how to change daemon (service) start order by systemd?

hoanglan87 wrote:

If you do that, you'll not see services messages when booting.

That's the whole point. Once your system's working fine, you don't need to slow your boot down with those messages. You can always get them back by hitting the "e" key (with Grub) and editing the kernel boot line. Unless you've set your time-out to 0, which is probably not a good idea for most of us. Those service messages don't seem to be logged anywhere (although, there's lots of other logging you can enable). Anyway, we're thread-drifting here, sorry.

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