I thought that under /usr/local/etc/rc.d every starts alphabetically (weird
word :P)
so you could try and start the mysql package as a_mysql.sh or something so
that it is processed earlier on, i have exactly the same issue, my
webservers etc all come up {using SQL, but SQL is started later on, even the
ldconfig hasn't been done yet at that stage, so he
cant find the libraries and so on, causing my mailserver to fail as well }

So, you could try that {did not check it yet myself}

Cheers

--

Kind regards,

Remko Lodder
Elvandar.org/DSINet.org
www.mostly-harmless.nl Dutch community for helping newcomers on the
hackerscene

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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Shaun T. Erickson
Verzonden: woensdag 10 maart 2004 5:26
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Onderwerp: rc script timing issues?


On 5.2.1-RELEASE-p1, in /usr/local/etc/rc.d, I have scripts that start
my MySQL database, and that start my Courier-IMAP daemons. When the
scripts for courier run, one of the first things they do is start
authdaemond, which should fire up several authdaemond.mysql processes
and then they start the imap daemons.

On reboot, the imap daemons are running, but the authdaemond.mysql
processes aren't. If I stop the imap script, and re-run it, everything
starts up just fine.

I suspect that the database isn't getting started before the imap
scripts are run. So, I moved the database startup script to /etc/rc.d,
but on reboot, the database wasn't started. I had hoped moving it to
/etc/rc.d might start it earlier in the boot process.

Suggestions? TIA.

        -ste

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