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From Marcus Sorensen <shadow...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: passwd server not set to start
Date Fri, 14 Sep 2012 23:08:35 GMT
/etc/default controls variables for the /etc/init.d scripts.  It looks
like we're using /etc/default/cloud-passwd-srvr to override the
'ENABLED' variable in /etc/init.d/cloud-passwd-srvr.

So there are two switches controlling services, in cloud-early-config
we echo whether or not the script should be enabled into
/etc/default/<scriptname>, and then in patchsystemvm.sh we actually
turn on the service to start at boot. The service will exit and fail
to start if the /etc/default file is set to do such.

The ENABLED=1 is there in /etc/defaults, so we just need that stanza
in patchsystemvm.sh to setup a vpc router.

> I noticed that while looking in the config files.
>
> Take a look at /etc/default/cloud-passwd-srvr
> or in source at:
> patches/systemvm/debian/config/etc/default/cloud-passwd-srvr
>
> Keep in mind /etc/default in debian controls start on boot.
>
> --David

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