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Old 06-21-2008, 08:09 AM   #1
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apache not running but Linux still tries to shut id down during shutdown


Hi,

I have apache2 installed but iam not running it, i have disabled it from starting automatically. However, every time the system shuts down it tried to stop apache web server and waits for around 6-10 seconds before realizing that apache isn't running and continues to terminate other processes. This really slows down the shutdown process. How do i fix it???

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Old 06-21-2008, 09:16 AM   #2
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I've not heard of "BOSS" Linux before.

However, for most Linux distros the start up and stop of most programs is done with scripts in /etc/init.d. This is the location of the base scripts but they are run from the run level directories such as /etc/rc1.d, /etc/rc2.d, /etc/rc3.d etc...

In those runlevel directories you should see symbolic links back to the files in /etc/init.d. These symbolic links will be named S##<basename> for start up and K##<basename> for kill (stop) scripts. You can prevent start and stop by removing these symbolic links. You do NOT need to (or even want to) remove the scripts in /etc/init.d itself. By leaving the scripts there you keep the opportunity to use them in the future should your needs change.

For some Linux distros (like RedHat, Fedora) there is a chkconfig command that can set the levels it runs at (or doesn't) instead of having to do it manually.
 
  


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