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SubjectRe: emergency or init=/bin/sh mode and terminal signals
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On Tue, 20 Jun 2006 06:28:02 +0200, Willy Tarreau said:
> Then, I think that a solution which would fit everyone's needs would be
> to add a command line parameter (eg: "setsid=1") which will allow
> the two lines to be executed whatever the init or shell. This way,
> you want a session ? -> "init=/bin/sh setsid=1".

Get 2 for the price of one:

init=/bin/something_that_does_setsid_in_userspace_and_doesnt_clutter_kernel

Or once you get a # prompt from /bin/sh, 'exec /bin/something_saner'.

Remember - if it's trivially done in userspace, it probably shouldn't
be cluttering the kernel.
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