This came out of this fesco ticket:
Basically some packages shipped init scripts with 'non standard' options... for example:
service iptables save
service postgresql initdb
After conversion to systemd, these are no longer possible.
Options to include them would be:
a) Fix 'service' to redirect non standard commands to some kind of package provided script.
b) Allow packages to ship a init script that just has the non standard commands, and redirects to systemctl for all the rest.
c) Too much work, just suck it up and run the replacement commands that are not associated with init scripts.
"Packages which have SysV initscripts that contain 'non-standard service commands' (commands besides start, stop, reload, restart, or try-restart) must convert those commands into standalone helper scripts. Systemd does not support non-standard unit commands."
Conversion wording approved (+1:7, 0:0, -1:0)
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