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SubjectRe: ext3 corruption
Horst H. von Brand wrote:
> > > The kernel people are certainly not infallible either. And there are cases
> > > where the right order is A B C, and others in which it is C B A, and still
> > > others where it doesn't matter.
> > In the quite unlikely situation where that happens, you've obviously
> > got a piece of software which is broken dependency-wise. Many of the
> > current schemes will fail to accommodate that too.
> It isn't broken /software/, it is /different setups/.

It's broken software.

> > For example, no amount of moving the /etc/rc.d/rc6.d/K35smb script
> > around will fix that situation on Red Hat.
> What situation?

The situation you outlined, where A can depend on B, which can depend
on C, but in another usage scenario C can depend on B which can depend
on A.
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