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Questions specific to the "upstart" init system. Do not use for general init issues.

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You don't need sudo within an init/upstart script. All init/upstart services run as root by default. Think of it this way, what user do you expect the upstart script to run as? If you expect it to …
answered Jun 1 '14 by Patrick
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script [ "$RESULT" == "failed" ] && sleep 1 end script (there is also a $EXIT_STATUS you can use) For documentation see the upstart cookbook sections post-stop and environment variables. The …
answered Jan 25 '14 by Patrick
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Ubuntu calls the service ssh, not sshd. service ssh restart The service is also controlled by upstart, and not sysvinit. So you'll find it at /etc/init/ssh.conf instead of /etc/init.d/ssh. …
answered May 5 '14 by Patrick