[Pkg-net-snmp-devel] Bug#782243: systemd service files for net-snmp
stannous at cumulusnetworks.com
Mon Jun 20 17:38:36 UTC 2016
The systemd changes mostly looks good (patch 002). I like the practice of
not using /etc/default/snmpd (I did not use this when I "systemd-itized"
Other then that, my "After" was set to "networking.service syslog.service"
rather then "network.target" because I find the latter does not mean the
network is actually up and usable. Also, we opted to not start snmpd
by default (we make users consciously choose to "enable" and "start" (in
I haven't looked at the first patch (diffs of diffs give me a headache...I
just applied all the patches (via git apply) but I will look at it later
this week. Patches 3 and 4 look good but I haven't tested them yet.
On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 8:56 AM, Raphael Hertzog <hertzog at debian.org> wrote:
> Control: tag -1 + patch
> Hello people,
> please find attached two patches to apply to the pkg-net-snmp git
> repository. The first one is the inclusion of the last NMU by Steinar
> Gundersson. The second one adds two systemd service files with the
> required packaging changes.
> Hideki, you seem to be the only active maintainer lately, can you apply
> those patches and make an upload or would you prefer an non-maintainer
> Following systemd best practices, I opted to not load
> /etc/default/snmpd in the environment. Any customization shall be made
> with override files and I documented this in the "*.default" files.
> Thank you.
> PS: I would have gladly committed my work in your git repository,
> unfortunately the pkg-net-snmp repository is not writable to all Debian
> developers. The package does not seem to be very actively maintained...
> maybe it would be a good idea to drop from Uploaders the people who
> are not doing anything and possibly move the package to collab-maint
> so that it's easier for drive-by contributors like me to help you?
> PPS: Thomas, Tom, Sam, Mathieu, feel free to test this patch and to report
> back any problem that you might have discovered. While I ensured that
> the daemon start properly, I'm not an actual net-snmp user and would
> welcome a confirmation by real users that it works as expected.
> Raphaël Hertzog ◈ Debian Developer
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