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       systemd-rc-local-generator, rc-local.service - Compatibility generator and service to
       start /etc/rc.local during boot





       systemd-rc-local-generator is a generator that checks whether /etc/rc.local exists and is
       executable, and if it is, pulls the rc-local.service unit into the boot process. This unit
       is responsible for running this script during late boot. The script is run after, but in parallel with most other regular system services.

       Note that rc-local.service runs with slightly different semantics than the original System
       V version, which was executed "last" in the boot process, which is a concept that does not
       translate to systemd.

       Also note that rc-local.service is ordered after, which does not mean that
       the network is functional, see systemd.special(7). If the script requires a configured
       network connection, it may be desirable to pull in and order it after with a drop-in:

           # /etc/systemd/system/rc-local.service.d/network.conf

       Support for /etc/rc.local is provided for compatibility with specific System V systems
       only. However, it is strongly recommended to avoid making use of this script today, and
       instead provide proper unit files with appropriate dependencies for any scripts to run
       during the boot process. Note that the path to the script is set at compile time and
       varies between distributions.

       systemd-rc-local-generator implements systemd.generator(7).


       systemd(1), systemctl(1)