scoopexit seems that there is a buggy upstart script for apache in ubuntu/11.10...boot.log just shows "Starting web server - failed"....if i start it manually it works perfectly....how can i debug the reason for "failed" ?12:52
jhunt_scoopex: apache is a SysV service - /etc/init.d/apache212:54
scoopexi discovered the reason for this....apache trys to include the config from a nfs-share....the script contains the following lsb-tags "Required-Start:    $local_fs $remote_fs $network $syslog $named"....this is outside of upstart control, right?12:56
jhunt_scoopex: yes - apache2 is a SysV package. It really needs to be "upstartified" :)12:58
scoopexit seems that the sysv-compatibility mode ignores the lsb-dependencies....12:59
SpamapSscoopex: indeed, those can't be resolved because some are satisfied by upstart jobs17:58
SpamapSjhunt: I wonder if we shouldn't just have an upstart job that uses apachectl in pre-start/post-stop and doesn't track apache's pids.18:00
scoopexSpamapS: what about the the useful arguements? graceful-stop|restart|reload|force-reload|start-htcacheclean|stop-htcacheclean|status18:09
scoopexadmins really need this :-)18:10
SpamapSscoopex: apachectl isn't going anywhere18:10
SpamapSscoopex: (which is where you were *supposed* to be calling those.. ;)18:11
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