Björn König wrote:
I assume the problem is that /usr/local isn't mounted at the time that
the rcorder which looks for scripts there is run. Yes?
I have a setup where /usr/local is actually not a local file system. It's
NFS. My problem is that the initialization scripts doesn't seem to
consider that startup scripts could be remote. Am I right or are there
options that I missed yet?
I believe this problem is fixable by changing rc.d's idea of what needs
to be done "early" to include NFS mounts.
I've never done this and don't have a recent enough system to look at
but, the man page for rc.d on 6.3 mentions the early/late divider so
explore that and see if it helps you. If NFS:/usr/local is mounted
there should be no reason why you can't run startups scripts from there.
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You should also mention which version of FreeBSD you are running, since
rc.d is has had numerous improvements in recent releases.
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