Originally Posted by Oliv'
well simply do the same as for rc5.d but for rc6.d (reboot) and for rc0.d (halt) except that the symlink should begin by a "K" to tell linux that you want to kill this proccess.
Hey Oliv, thank you!
I'm gonna do this, but there is another doubt left... How I can be sure that the processes were stopped correctly...?
I'm asking it because When I turn on the machine I can see the start-scripts running, and when the box is up all the processes are running as well, so I'm sure that the start-scripts worked fine.
Since the Oracle Processes can not be stopped unproperly I'd like to know if the stop-scripts worked fine too...
Is there a way I can see if the stop-scripts were all right??
Thank You again!!