how/where is inetd shutdown?
Was doing some "stuff" and as usual, doing "stuff" leads to other "stuff" and before you know it, 4 hours have passed and I haven't done the "stuff" I set out to do but anyway...
I noticed and wondered, how is inetd shutdown and I dont mean /etc/rc.d/inetd stop
I'm meaning when the system is shut down, I dont see any entry is rc.S or rc.0 and I havent added it to rc.local_shutdown
So just wondering, [know I've missed something along the way]
rc.inet1 stop the network system so shutting down inetd is moot. So you can say inetd gets killed when the system halts.
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