On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 02:51:12AM -0500, Scott Kitterman wrote:
> > Please tell me how this would change the environment the _generator_ is
> > running in.
> Maybe I've been away from this bug too long and I need to go restudy how the 
> generator works again, but I think the generator running is triggered by 
> postfix starting, so (my assumption is) this would cause the starting to be 
> delayed until after the network is available which would also make the 
> generator run when a network in place.

This is documented in

| Generators are run very early at boot and cannot rely on any external
| services. They may not talk to any other process. That includes simple
| things such as logging to syslog(3), or systemd itself (this means: no
| systemctl(1))! Non-essential file systems like /var and /home are
| mounted after generators have run. Generators can however rely on the
| most basic kernel functionality to be available, including a mounted
| /sys, /proc, /dev, /usr.

So, no network either.  I think in praxis you'll find and ::1
to be available.


Mind your own business, Spock.  I'm sick of your halfbreed interference.

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