On 13/3/23 19:41, capercally.bleery670@??? wrote: > There was a "recent" (on my scale, ie. within 10 years or so:) change in
> Debian where sshd is*not* killed along with all the other daemons in
> the K scripts.
You should have the following scripts for sshd in your system:
So, the scripts for sysvinit (including the aforementioned k script) are ignored [*].
If the above scripts are missing, then reinstall "openssh-server". Otherwise, you can
verify that it works as expected with the commands:
# sv stop ssh
# sv start ssh
> Wonder if that might have something to do with this, as
> killing all the daemons indiscriminately seems to help.
If `sv stop ssh` succeds, stop ssh before halting the system and see