I stumbled upon a bug that I wanted to run by the list first before
submitting it to the bugs list.

If you create a start script and use rc.subr with both of these variables set in your script you won't get the desired effect.

start_cmd="${command} start"

The first argument will start the command using su if you aren't using chroot, and the second one will allow you to override the default method for start for example. When you use the start_cmd or any of the argument_cmd variable the su command will not be used to start your daemon.

Does this look like a valid bug or am I missing something?

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