Re: Finding exactly which commands, and in which order, rc is running at startup

2013-08-24 Thread Paul Hoffman
Thanks for all the suggestions. Of them, this was the one that helped me with my issue: On Aug 23, 2013, at 1:41 AM, Doug Hardie bc...@lafn.org wrote: You can add: rc_debug=YES to /etc/rc.conf and that might give you what you need. According to the man page it will produces copious

Re: Finding exactly which commands, and in which order, rc is running at startup

2013-08-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 22/08/2013 21:07, Paul Hoffman wrote: Greetings again. After doing a freebsd-update, my system is starting up differently than it was before. I want to figure out why before I come here and say it's broken. Is there a way to say show me all of the commands you are running during startup?

Re: Finding exactly which commands, and in which order, rc is running at startup

2013-08-23 Thread Doug Hardie
On 22 August 2013, at 13:07, Paul Hoffman phoff...@proper.com wrote: Greetings again. After doing a freebsd-update, my system is starting up differently than it was before. I want to figure out why before I come here and say it's broken. Is there a way to say show me all of the commands

Re: Finding exactly which commands, and in which order, rc is running at startup

2013-08-23 Thread Ulrik S√łgaard
On 23 August 2013 10:41, Doug Hardie bc...@lafn.org wrote: On 22 August 2013, at 13:07, Paul Hoffman phoff...@proper.com wrote: Greetings again. After doing a freebsd-update, my system is starting up differently than it was before. I want to figure out why before I come here and say it's

Finding exactly which commands, and in which order, rc is running at startup

2013-08-22 Thread Paul Hoffman
Greetings again. After doing a freebsd-update, my system is starting up differently than it was before. I want to figure out why before I come here and say it's broken. Is there a way to say show me all of the commands you are running during startup? It would be grand if I could say tell me