On Sun, Feb 07, 2016 at 06:41:30PM +0100, Manfred Hollstein wrote: > Hi there, > > On Wed, 03 Feb 2016, 17:27:06 +0100, Olaf Hering wrote: > > On Wed, Feb 03, Marcus Meissner wrote: > > > > > Please check if this helps. > > > > Thanks. At least the i586 part of 13.1 is in "blocked/scheduled" state > > again. I think the x86_64 part will catch up soon. > > this is not related with any _build_ problems, but rather _using_ the > systemd-210 update. Before (using systemd-208) my systems started > without any issue, but since systemd-210 named doesn't start anymore. > Here is a message from /var/log/messages indicating that there is a > dependency cycle: > > systemd: Job remote-fs.target/stop deleted to break ordering cycle > starting with named.service/stop > > Normally I would expect that named will start up as a result of this > decision, but it does not - which is horrible because all my local names > do not get resolved anymore. Yeah, I could add all those names to > /etc/hosts, but there are way too many systems and using named for it > used to work since years. FWIW, I have now downgraded to 208 again and > locked all relevant packages, and everything is smooth again... > > How and where shall I report this bug? Still openSUSE bugzilla?
To reach the systemd maintainers, use opensuse bugzilla. I see already a bug opened: https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=965475 Ciao, Marcus _______________________________________________ Evergreen mailing list Evergreen@lists.rosenauer.org http://lists.rosenauer.org/mailman/listinfo/evergreen