PR10035 describes an interesting problem, where rc.shutdown is run for
``shutdown now'' but not for ``shutdown -r now''.
I think the problem is that init(8) is sent a SIGKILL by reboot(8)
before it's had a chance to run rc.shutdown. If so, the fix that seems
obvious to me is to have reboot(8) send a SIGINT to init(8), by my
reading of the init(8) manpage.
Am I on the right track here?
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