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Re: runlevels



I had it in the same directory originally. That is where I have always
put the scripts in the past. Since it wasn't working, I tried
experimenting. I can call the script from the command line and it stops
my database just fine. It just doesn't seem to work automatically.


On Wed, 05 Jan 2005 12:54:21 -0600 Steve Buehler <steve ibapp com>
writes:
> At 12:19 PM 1/4/2005, Larry D Sorensen wrote:
> >I have 2 scripts that I want to run at different times. One has 
> been
> >linked in the /etc/rc3.d directory for startup (S98script). The 
> second is
> >to do the opposite and stop things. It is called K11script. If I 
> put the
> >kill script in /etc/rc2.d and then manually change run levels, init 
> 2,
> >the script does not run. I know the script works, however, because 
> I can
> >call it from the command line. Any suggestions?
> >
> >Larry
> 
> Larry
>          If you have S98script in the rc3.d directory, you should 
> put 
> K98script in the same directory.  That way, when you start runlevel 
> 3, it 
> will run and when you change or stop runlevel 3, it should kill it.  
> I do 
> not know if having the kill script with a different number than the 
> start 
> script would matter or not, but it makes things look better when 
> trying to 
> associate them.  I wouldn't think it would matter since from my 
> understanding of it, the number is just telling the system the order 
> of 
> starting or deleting compared to the other starts and kills.
>          Can you type in /etc/rc3.d/K11script to kill the process?  
> If it 
> doesn't kill the process, then more than likely, it has nothing to 
> do with 
> changing run levels, it would probably mean that there is something 
> wrong 
> in the script.  Try running it manually and report the results 
> back.
> 
> Steve 
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