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    In article <35897903.3808334@mail.cybernex.net>,
    <tenthumbs@cybernex.net> wrote:
    >Oh well. I asked because the line "Deleted inode 10413 has zero dtime." always
    >indicated a dynamic init for me.

    That happens when you upgarde your libraries and remove the old libs-
    init is still using them, so after a reboot you do indeed get a
    "has zero dtime" warning.

    Since sysvinit-2.74 you can use "telinit u" to "upgrade" init. Init
    will reload itself from /sbin/init and preservce all state. That's
    great after a library upgrade. Kudos to Alexander Viro.

    Mike.
    --
    Miquel van Smoorenburg | Our vision is to speed up time,
    miquels@cistron.nl | eventually eliminating it.

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