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Old 01-20-2006, 01:06 AM   #1
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Startup scripts in rcn.d directories


As I understand it, in /etc/rc?.d directories, numbers in filenames indicate the order in which they are executed when system starts.

I have quite a few files starting with S20 in rc3.d, such as S20exim4, S20inetd, S20mysql, S20samba, S20ssh, etc.

In what order are they executed? Thanks!
 
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They're started in parallel, ie they have no dependencies between them
 
  


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