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RE: Changing run levels -init.d



I have put my scripts in init.d - and have not added them to chkconfig.
that's ok as I don't want them changed that way by anyone.

The redhat doc is a little jumbled when it gets to the exact lines about
Using the K* to stop process and S* to start processes

  if I am booting up to init 3 when init gets to this point, checks the
inittab
  does it run the K* scripts before S* scripts???
  *I thought* it only ran the S*
Also
  A.
  if I go from init 3 to init 5 then *I thought*:
        init looks in rc3.d and runs all the K* scripts 
        then looks in rc5.d and runs all the S* scripts
  B.
  but the RH doc is saying if I go from 3 to 5 
	init looks in rc5.d and runs all the K* scripts 
      then looks in rc5.d and runs all the S* scripts

I am confused about this as I have googled on runlevels and seen
It stated as in A.

Does anyone know exactly how RH 2.1 works in this instance.

TIA

Lonnie Percent


-----Original Message-----
From: redhat-list-bounces redhat com
[mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Jurvis LaSalle
Sent: Thursday, March 25, 2004 2:40 PM
To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
Subject: Re: Changing run levels -init.d



On Mar 25, 2004, at 3:00 PM, Percent, Lonnie M. wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> RH AS 2.1
>
> I have two processes that I want to 1. start on going to init 3 or 
> init 5 And stop on going to init 0,6
>
> I have the start and stop script in init.d  and have symbolic link To 
> the appropriate rc dirs.
>
> My question is :
> I have put in Start and Stop for my db and app server. I put start at 
> S98 so It would be started after the system is up and stop at K16 so 
> they would
> be
> Stoped early before other process are stopped.
> For 0 and 6 I just put the stop (K's).
>
> But i notice that the start and stop links (S* & K*) are not the same
> in
> each rc
> Dir for the same processes i.e. it stops httpd but never starts it.
> There may be
> Reasons for that. But I am questioning where I put my start and stop
> links.
>
> Any insight is appreciated
>
> Lonnie Percent
>

managing the rc scripts is a real pain.  so much so that some kind soul 
(Erik Troan) wrote chkconfig.  Read it's man page and revel in it's 
simplicity.

hth,
Jurvis LaSalle



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