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I've Installed snort and mysql, however, my snort cannot log to the database because it currently loads before the database (mysql). So is there a way I can change the boot order of these two. Instead of having snort load then mysql, i wish to have mysql load then snort.
Thanks in anticipation of a quick response
There is; the correct answer as to HOW depends on your distro.
If you could post that little bit of info people can actually
help you. In this context: it's a good idea to put that kind
of info in your profile (and keep it current).
No worries. Now, I don't know FC at all, and it's been a
while that I last touched RH. I assume you have a directory
structure like /etc/init.d/rc*.d (where * = [1-6])? Or in a
similar location? If you do, check the directories with a
1,2 or 3 in them (most likely candidates) for files SXXmysql
and SXXsnort (or similar) and make sure that snorts XX (a
two digit number) is higher than mysqls. For the shut-down
phase find the KXX files, and make sure that snorts is lower
Thanks a million it works. However, I still have some fine tuning to do since I can't seem to find the KXX options. however, I'm working on it.
P.S. Do you have any easy tutorial for setting up Directory Services on this fedora and please remember I'm a newbie to linux.