❦  9 avril 2018 11:01 +0200, Laurent Bigonville <bi...@debian.org> :

> The .systemd file does a mkdir that fails if the directory already
> exists.
> I would suggest to use RuntimeDirectory= instead (in conjunction with
> RuntimeDirectoryPreserve= if the data need to survive the restart of the
> daemon).

"mkdir -p" shouldn't fail when the directory already exists. Maybe you
did install lldpd 1.0.0 on top of your current installation? I just
noticed I have been using "mkdir" since December. I'll use RuntimeDir
instead, like you suggested.
Whenever you find that you are on the side of the majority, it is time
to reform.
                -- Mark Twain

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