I've noticed an inconsistency among our ports. It seems that not every port
that installs rc.d startup scripts includes methods to not only startup,
but also shutdown and/or restart, where appropriate. (Sent to -ports for
ports hackers' opinions.)

Shouldn't this sort of thing be standardized? And maybe a similar method be
integrated into /etc/rc for restarting base system daemons? (Sent to
-current for src hackers' opinions.)

Please continue specific discussion on either of these in their own list,
or if reply is general Cc both.

Will Andrews <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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