Comment 7 for bug 950662

Clint Byrum (clint-fewbar) wrote :

I agree with your position Steve. "starting rc-sysinit" is actually a more accurate representation of the intent of failsafe anyway. Once rc-sysinit has been started, we're no longer in danger of waiting forever. There is the danger that some other job that is 'start on starting rc-sysinit' then stops rc-sysinit, but that would be a bug in that job if it didn't also do something to move booting forward, so I think this is a safe path to take.