/usr/lib/udev -> /lib/udev

Elan Ruusamäe glen at pld-linux.org
Mon Aug 1 10:31:44 CEST 2016

On 01.08.2016 11:07, Tomasz Pala wrote:
> # service --status-all
>   S:[+] allowlogin:                                                  running
>   S:[+] console:                                                     running
>   S:[+] cpusets:                                                     running
>   S:[+] timezone:                                                    running
>   S:[+] nfsfs:                                                       running
> - not entirely true, they are provided masked, as there are
>    replacements, but it doesn't mean it's running. BTW what's the
>    difference between:

"service" command handles only sysv stuff. the only systemd support is 
when working with specific service (redirecting to systemd messages). 
see the script source

>   S:[-] netfs:                                                       NOT running
>   S:[+] nfsfs:                                                       running
> ?

it uses the lockfile to test state:

# ls -ld /var/lock/subsys/{netfs,nfsfs}
ls: cannot access '/var/lock/subsys/netfs': No such file or directory
ls: cannot access '/var/lock/subsys/nfsfs': No such file or directory

note: this command is also sysv-only.


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