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core/failure-action: Set job-modes to replace-irreversibly

Up until now, the failure action has launched reboot.target and
poweroff.target with a less aggressive job mode than
"systemctl reboot" does. This has meant that the reboot and power-
off operations can stall if there are any conflicts with the target
during rebooting.
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jhol committed Mar 3, 2016
1 parent 9f0cd10 commit 9c0d1c1cb5a06d5799c6874d9e284353b76f760e
Showing with 4 additions and 2 deletions.
  1. +4 −2 src/core/failure-action.c
@@ -62,7 +62,8 @@ int failure_action(
log_and_status(m, "Rebooting as result of failure.");

update_reboot_param_file(reboot_arg);
(void) manager_add_job_by_name_and_warn(m, JOB_START, SPECIAL_REBOOT_TARGET, JOB_REPLACE, NULL);
(void) manager_add_job_by_name_and_warn(m, JOB_START, SPECIAL_REBOOT_TARGET,
JOB_REPLACE_IRREVERSIBLY, NULL);

break;

@@ -89,7 +90,8 @@ int failure_action(

case FAILURE_ACTION_POWEROFF:
log_and_status(m, "Powering off as result of failure.");
(void) manager_add_job_by_name_and_warn(m, JOB_START, SPECIAL_POWEROFF_TARGET, JOB_REPLACE, NULL);
(void) manager_add_job_by_name_and_warn(m, JOB_START, SPECIAL_POWEROFF_TARGET,
JOB_REPLACE_IRREVERSIBLY, NULL);
break;

case FAILURE_ACTION_POWEROFF_FORCE:

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