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Re: Chkconfig priority levels



So do you think that 99 would be a good start and stop number? I think a lot of
people from a forum I go to use those start and stop numbers for anything that
they the user make up. Are there any general rules of thumb that people
"follow", seeing as how they are arbitrary?


> --- "Taylor, ForrestX" <forrestx taylor intel com> wrote:
> > Take for example, /etc/init.d/apmd.  Line three is:
> > 
> > # chkconfig: 2345 26 74
> > 
> > This tells chkconfig that it should start in runlevels 2-5 and it should 
> > start at number 26, and shutdown at number 74.  These are arbitrary 
> > numbers, that allow you to start and stop service before/after other 
> > services.  E.g., if you needed an internet connection to start your 
> > program, it should start up after network (10) and it should end before 
> > network (90).  Other than that, you can decide where it should start and 
> > stop.
> > You should also take a look at rc5.d or rc3.d (depending on the runlevel 
> > you normally run in) to see a list of start/stop numbers for each 
> > service.  The K at the beginning is the stop order, and the S is the 
> > start order.  Thus S10network means that the network script starts in 
> > position 10.
> > 
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