It seems the SSI `service restart` is actually doing a
Is this behavior intentional?
$ service abc start
$ service abc stop
$ service abc restart
$ service abc status
The abc service did not get started by the restart
behavior would be unexpected for someone coming from a
environment and affects any scripts that expect
`service restart` to
stop/start a service unconditionally. I suppose one
abc restart` to literally exec /etc/init.d/abc restart.
ps. Using OpenSSI-1.2.2 Fedora Core.