[Rpm-maint] post/preun scripts and updating
Lenz, Mario (LDS)
Mario.Lenz at lds.nrw.de
Tue May 29 13:04:44 UTC 2007
I'm not sure if this is the correct mailing list, but I
havn't found anything else. Maybe you can point me to
somewhere where I get help if I'm wrong here :-)
I've tried to build my own rpm package with a postinstall
script that starts the daemon that is part of it (chkconfig
mydaemon on; /etc/init.d/mydaemon start) and a preuninstall
script to stop it (chkconfig mydaemon off; /etc/init.d/mydaemon
stop). But if I build a new rpm and run an update, the daemon is
turned off. It looks to me that the preun- script of the old
package ist run *after* the post- script of the new one. So
of course the daemon is turned off. So there are two questions:
1) Am I right? If so, I could stop searching for errors I made
in the spec- file.
2) How could I do what I want: Start a daemon when installing
and stop it when deinstalling, but "update- proof".
Oh: It's a SLES10 system running RPM 4.4.2.
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