[SATLUG] haldaemon restart at boot
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Wed Nov 18 23:50:53 CST 2009
> On Sunday 15 November 2009 10:03:57 pm steve kolars wrote:
>> That is kind of the long hand method. How about using chkconfig?
>> chkconfig haldaemon on
> He wasn't trying to turn it on.. but have it turn on last.
> Although the turn on order can be modified (in Red Hat systems) by changing
> these lines:
> # chkconfig: 345 98 02
> The "98" number is the start order.. Change it to 99 to make it start up
> last. :)
Not 100% precise. If there are other scripts at 99 that start with a
string found later in the alphabet than 'haldaemon', those will be
started later. For instance:
Now if you named the script with something non-standrd like
SZ99haldaemon, it would indeed start last. The scripts are run in the
order returned by:
Yes, its a nitpick, but something I think should be understood by anyone
who want to change the order of initialization scripts.
For more information, read the script /etc/rc.d/rc on a RedHat system.
The startup scripts for Ubuntu are similar but differ significantly in
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