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Re: sshd fails to start on boot




On Sun, 25 Feb 2018, mick crane wrote:
> on boot sshd seems to be starting before the network is ready so
> fails. How/where do I tell it to start after network is up ?
>
> debian testing (buster)

sshd starts after network.target, and listens on 0.0.0.0 and :: by
default, so unless you've modified it to listen on a specific address
which isn't yet up, it shouldn't matter.

Check out what journalctl -xe _SYSTEMD_UNIT=ssh.service; says to see why
it failed to start, and that should tell you what's actually going on.

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