@MRC-MBU hello again.
this just references the rockstor systemd service of rockstor-bootstrap.
If all is well then just leave it be I say. You can see the actual systemd output for this via (yours will likely vary a bit as this was a dev system):
rleap15-3:~ # systemctl status rockstor-bootstrap
● rockstor-bootstrap.service - Rockstor bootstrapping tasks
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/rockstor-bootstrap.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
Active: active (exited) since Tue 2022-02-08 20:32:04 GMT; 13s ago
Process: 13073 ExecStart=/opt/rockstor/bin/bootstrap (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
Main PID: 13073 (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
Feb 08 20:31:53 rleap15-3 systemd: Starting Rockstor bootstrapping tasks...
Feb 08 20:32:04 rleap15-3 bootstrap: BTRFS device scan complete
Feb 08 20:32:04 rleap15-3 bootstrap: Bootstrapping complete
Feb 08 20:32:04 rleap15-3 bootstrap: Running qgroup cleanup. /opt/rockstor/bin/qgroup-clean
Feb 08 20:32:04 rleap15-3 bootstrap: Running qgroup limit maxout. /opt/rockstor/bin/qgroup-maxout-limit
Feb 08 20:32:04 rleap15-3 systemd: Finished Rockstor bootstrapping tasks.
We had, way back, some issues with it failing to start some times so a service indicator was put in the Web-UI to allow reporting on it’s apparent status by those less familiar with systemd.
For a list of our other systemd services take a look at the following developer doc section:
rockstor-pre.service # starts bin/initrock after postgresql.service
rockstor # starts bin/supervisord -c etc/supervisord.conf after rockstor-pre.service
rockstor-bootstrap # starts bin/bootstrap after rockstor.service
If a custom HDD power (APM) and/or spin-down setting is enabled, the following service is added. But only if the drive is confirmed as rotational.
rockstor-hdparm.service # Configures drives APM & spindown settings via hdparm
Don’t do anything in that docs, it’s just for source builds and it’s where we have these systemd services documented.
Hope that helps. Incidentally I thought you were all moved over to our v4 now? I’m assuming this is your older system that you are migrating service/data from.