instance it has first one already runned. And he add second instance
because of it is not enough to have only one instance. So
proftpd_enable="YES" will enable all instances
proftpd_enable="NO" will disable all instances
proftpd_external_enable="NO" will disable some instance
For example: user run three instances, but now want to disable one of
them. So it write <service_name>_<instance_name>_enable="NO"
What do you think about this improvement?
it's EXCELLENT. when i needed this i simply started things from
/etc/rc.local but then killing/restarting any of them required manually
doing ps |grep, kill etc...
please contribute patches. it will be very useful.
make sure for every instance you can give different parameters.
example - one machine services 2 customers in one building, has 2
ethernets (+1 for external traffic), and i would like to run 2 samba
servers with configs:
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