[systemd-devel] reboot during booting up

Dangyi Liu dliu at redhat.com
Fri Nov 13 01:41:35 PST 2015


I'm from Fedora kdump team and we found that in the latest verson of
systemd, it's no longer legal to call reboot during system booting up.
It complains

> Transaction contains conflicting jobs 'stop' and 'start' for
> shutdown.target.

I'm wondering whether it's possible to do so because I've checked
almost all related services and added "DefaultDependencies=no" for
them, but it never works. 

Attached is the dependency graph generated by systemd-analyze (after I
remove some DefaultDependencies).

Thank you,
Dangyi Liu
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