portupgrade and daemons.

Josef Karthauser joe at FreeBSD.org
Sun May 23 05:28:52 PDT 2004

On Sun, May 23, 2004 at 01:52:06PM +0200, Kay Lehmann wrote:
> As far as I know this isn't the job of portupgrade. Normally it should 
> be handeled by the port itself, which could stop daemons with 
> appropriate set (de)install targets.
> I think a lot of the ports do this quite properly. Moving this to Mk 
> looks quite complicated and I think it would be the best to leave it in 
> the ports, since they should know what is required to do.

Ah ok.  That makes sense. Do you know of a port that does this properly
off the top of your head?

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