Lintian Reports

W systemd-service-file-refers-to-obsolete-target

All reports of systemd-service-file-refers-to-obsolete-target for the archive. The extended description of this tag is:

The systemd service file refers to an obsolete target.

Some targets are obsolete by now, e.g. syslog.target or dbus.target. For example, declaring After=syslog.target is unnecessary by now because syslog is socket-activated and will therefore be started when needed.

Severity: normal, Certainty: certain

Check: systemd, Type: binary

Evolution of the systemd-service-file-refers-to-obsolete-target Lintian tag over the past 366 days:

The beforementioned graph for the systemd-service-file-refers-to-obsolete-target tag

Emitted (non-overridden): 37, overridden: 0, total: 37

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389-ds-base 1.3.7.8-1 (binary)

certmonger 0.79.3-1 (binary)

consolekit 0.4.6-6 (binary)

fcoe-utils 1.0.29+git20140505-1 (binary)

icinga2-common 2.7.0-1 (binary)

keepalived 1:1.3.9-1 (binary)

modemmanager 1.6.8-2 (binary)

oddjob 0.34.3-4 (binary)

ofono 1.21-1 (binary)

openvpn 2.4.4-2 (binary)

rear 2.2+dfsg-2 (binary)

reconserver 0.15.2-1 (binary)

registration-agent 1.3.4-1 (binary)

repro 1:1.11.0~beta5-1 (binary)

resiprocate-turn-server 1:1.11.0~beta5-1 (binary)

serf 0.8.1+git20171021.c20a0b1~ds1-3 (binary)

serf 0.7.0~ds1-2 (binary)

thinkfan 0.9.3-2 (binary)