I have a server configured to start 10 services at startup (in /etc/ rc.conf)

Unfortunately, the startup of MySQL seems to be returning "ok" before It actually has started completely the program… the next program rely on MySQL and does not start well because the database is not "fully" started.

I would like to introduce something like a "sleep 10" timer in the service startup process…

How can I do that?

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