2018-11-10 18:23:37 UTC
sorry if this was already discussed but I can't find any
pointer or documentation on how to handle this.
This is the problem we are facing:
It can be reproduced on Debian stretch by disabling mariadb service
using 'systemctl disable mariadb' (all versions of mariadb are
The problem is that this doesn't call the systemd-sysv-install script
(to update /etc/init.d/rc?.d links) because there is no
'/etc/init.d/mariadb' script but '/etc/init.d/mysql'. And on reboot
mariadb is not disabled because it is started by '/etc/init.d/mysql'
Of course calling 'systemctl disable mysql' does the job but we need
both command acting the same way (mysql|mariadb).
If you have any pointer/documentation or you know a similar project -
that needs to maintain multiple name/alias for the same service - that
would be a great help.