Please Please Please _Dont_!!!
I dont know if someone is yoking, my english is not up to that :(
I tried to secure a Solaris machine and hated the whole setup. I't have
some good things but i take the simple rc.conf mechanism every time!
On Mon, 10 Jul 2000, Mikel wrote:
> Kelly Yancey wrote:
> > On Sat, 8 Jul 2000, Mike Meyer wrote:
> > > > By all means, use start/stop args, but hard link the .sh files into seperate
> > > > directories or something so that the order can be tweaked..
> > >
> > > If all you want is to make sure that shutdown happens in the reverse
> > > order of startup, that can be done by reversing the list in
> > > rc.shutdown. But how about going a step further, and starting towards
> > > a user-friendly configuration process?
> > >
> > > Instead of being globbed at init time, etc/rc.d is a repository for
> > > things that take start/stop arguments. They are symlinked to
> > > /etc/init.d with numeric prefixes to control order at initialization
> > > time. Likewise, they can be symlinked to /etc/down.d (or shutdown.d)
> > > with numeric prefixes to control order at shutdown time.
> > >
> > How about rather then separate directories, you prefix the symlink names
> > with 'S' for startup scripts and 'K' (for "kill") for shutdown scripts. Then,
> > you rename rc.d to rc3.d...
> I like it. It's clean and simple, almost to the point of being elegant. But why
> bother adding rc?.d if you are going to right it to handle s or k then the present
> home should be fine, no?
> > Ducks and runs,
> > Kelly
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