On Fri, 08.10.10 01:21, Jon Masters (email@example.com) wrote:
> It would seem that systemd employs some kind of arbitrary timeout (30
> seconds?) by default and will log "operation timed out. Terminating" if
> things take longer than this time to start up. I would like to know how
> to increase this timeout, or to (preferably) disable it entirely.
> Certain services, such as kdump.service might require some time to
> recreate their initramfs and will thus never be able to start normally
> (I'm very surprised if nobody else has seen this type of problem). On
> rawhide, I am going to look at the systemd code to see if I have options
> already (the man pages didn't turn up anything) but otherwise I guess I
> get to run the commands in /etc/init.d/kdump by hand for now
Please report bugs and feature requests to bugzilla. Coincidentally I
fixed this bug yesterday.
Lennart Poettering - Red Hat, Inc.
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