Systemd – fun with targets dependencies

If you have a target which wants/requires S.service and you want S.service to start after – it isn’t sufficient to state ‘requires’ and ‘after’ If you just do that, S.service will start based on its own requires/afters – usually much earlier than after You also need to state that S.service ‘requires’ and ‘after’
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