[rabbitmq-discuss] Unable to build Debian package since 2.7.0
simon at rabbitmq.com
Thu Jan 5 10:48:51 GMT 2012
On 04/01/12 19:32, Jared Biel wrote:
> 1. An /etc/default/rabbitmq file that contains something like START=no
> 2. Modification to rabbitmq-server.init to make use of that file so
> rabbitmq won't start unless START is equal to a true value.
Hmm. I have to admit to not being a Debian packaging expert but is this
how things are meant to work? If I apt-get install apache2 or mysql,
then by the time apt has done its work I have a running server.
So I think if we did this then we would want to default to START=yes or
else lots of people would turn up on this mailing list saying "I just
installed rabbitmq-server and nothing happened!". And if we do that then
why not just use update-rc.d?
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