Your patch does seem to do the right thing for me. Now I can run the
system at a securelevel and when I go to single user mode, I can still
do necessary system maintenance.
The only thing I saw that was a bit unexpected is that when I went to
single user mode and typed "reboot" it went back to securelevel 1
before it killed off the remaining processes. Not a big deal, but
juse a bit unexpected.
I think the only thing to watch for is that process ID 1 cannot be
re-used even if init dies and the system magically still keeps
running. If pid 1 cannot ever be reassigned, I think it should be a
In any case, I'm going to use it on my systems even if it doesn't get
MFC'd back to -stable (it applied perfectly cleanly.)
Vivek Khera, Ph.D. Khera Communications, Inc.
Internet: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Rockville, MD +1-301-545-6996
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