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open pgbouncer-1.7.2-alt8.x86_64 init-but-no-native-systemd info The package have SysV init script(s) but no native systemd files.
open pgbouncer-1.7.2-alt8.x86_64 init-condrestart warn /etc/rc.d/init.d/pgbouncer: missing condrestart target. Note: alt-specific script %_sbindir/post_service (used in %post_service macro) depends on condrestart. It is wise to add condrestart anyway./etc/rc.d/init.d/pgbouncer: missing condstop target. Note: alt-specific script %_sbindir/preun_service (used in %preun_service macro) depends on condstop. It is wise to add condstop anyway.
open pgbouncer-1.7.2-alt8.x86_64 init-lsb fail /etc/rc.d/init.d/pgbouncer: not systemd compatible: lsb init header missing and pgbouncer.service is not present. See http://www.altlinux.org/Services_Policy for details.
open pgbouncer-1.7.2-alt8.x86_64 subdir-in-var-run info Found a subdir in /var/run or /var/lock. /var/run and /var/lock may be mounted as temporary filesystems, so the init.d scripts must handle this correctly. This will typically amount to creating any required subdirectories dynamically when the init.d script is run, rather than including them in the package and relying on rpm to create them.
open pgbouncer-1.7.2-alt8.x86_64 systemd-files-in-etc warn Systemd files Policy Draft violation: etc/tmpfiles.d/ is reserved for sysadmin overrides. Please, move /etc/tmpfiles.d/pgbouncer.conf to \%_tmpfilesdir/.
open pgpool-II-3.7.4-alt1.1.x86_64 checkbashisms experimental checkbashisms utility found possible bashisms in: /etc/rc.d/init.d/pgpool
open pgpool-II-3.7.4-alt1.1.x86_64 init-condrestart fail /etc/rc.d/init.d/pgpool: missing condstop target. ERROR: alt-specific script %_sbindir/preun_service (used in your %preun_service macro) depends on condstop. Please, fix.
open pgpool-II-3.7.4-alt1.1.x86_64 init-lsb warn /etc/rc.d/init.d/pgpool: lsb init header missing. See http://www.altlinux.org/Services_Policy for details.
open pgpool-II-3.7.4-alt1.1.x86_64 subdir-in-var-run info Found a subdir in /var/run or /var/lock. /var/run and /var/lock may be mounted as temporary filesystems, so the init.d scripts must handle this correctly. This will typically amount to creating any required subdirectories dynamically when the init.d script is run, rather than including them in the package and relying on rpm to create them.

generated by repocop at Tue Oct 23 05:36:23 2018