[arch-general] systemd --test
linux at zuik.net
Tue Nov 5 07:12:57 EST 2013
At 11/4/2013 10:43 AM, you wrote:
>On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 4:07 PM, Wayne S <linux at zuik.net> wrote:
>> my apologies for improperly sending email to list.
>> My question is how to properly use systemd --test:
>> From the website: http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/TipsAndTricks/
>> It suggests to run this to see what would execute on boot for a unit:
>> # systemd --test --system --unit=multi-user.target
>> If I run this as root, I get command not found. So it is not in $PATH.
>> If I run as root I get don't run as root:
>> # /usr/lib/systemd/systemd --test --system --unit=multi-user.target
>> Don't run test mode as root.
>> If I run as user, I get a bunch of errors:
>> $ /usr/lib/systemd/systemd --test --system --unit=multi-user.target
>> systemd 208 running in system mode. (+PAM -LIBWRAP -AUDIT -SELINUX -IMA -SYSVINIT +LIBCRYPTSETUP +GCRYPT +ACL +XZ)
>> Failed to set hostname to <arch-t3400>: Operation not permitted
>> Failed to open /dev/tty0: Permission denied
>> Failed to create root cgroup hierarchy: Permission denied
>> Failed to allocate manager object: Permission denied
>> Is there a way to use this command properly?
>I'm not a systemd guru, but try 'systemctl list-dependencies multi-user.target'.
Thanks, I did run that command but did not see, for instance, shorewall, in the list.
Also '$man systemd' says --test can be used to "determine startup sequence,
dump it and exit." for debugging purposes. Perhaps this can only be used
during an actual system boot on the boot loader command line?
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