[systemd-devel] start service only on specific exit status of some prog
lennart at poettering.net
Wed Aug 24 12:21:01 PDT 2011
On Wed, 24.08.11 21:12, Marius Tolzmann (tolzmann at molgen.mpg.de) wrote:
> On 24.08.2011 18:52, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> >Hmm, yeah, if ExecStartPre= we put the unit in failure mode.
> >So, let me see if I got this right: you are looking for something like
> >ExecStartPre= but twhere the program when it returns non-zero should
> >just cause the service to be skipped but not be put in failure state?
> Yes. that's my request.
> something like ConditionExec=/bin/true and ConditionExec=/bin/false
> so i can implement any thinkable logic outside of systemd and still
> maintain access to all features like Restart= etc.
> I thought this may be an easy way to expand the already existent
> conditions (ConditionPathExists= etc.) without implementing too
> many special conditional tests in systemd itself. (e.g. check if the
> current hostname matches some pattern - which was my original issue
> i tried to solve) 8)
I have now added this to the TODO list. It won't be easy to add this
though, as execution extrernal processes synchronously is not an
option. More likely I'll add an additional prefix char to ExecStart=
(like "-") which would indicate skip-on-fail or so.
Lennart Poettering - Red Hat, Inc.
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