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josephswagner 03-13-2003 04:42 PM

Daemon start order
How do you edit the order in which the scripts in /etc/rc.d/init.d/ start? Basically I need my database to start before another program so I don't get an error.

This is on RedHat 7.3.

acid_kewpie 03-13-2003 04:49 PM

there's gonna be a clever wat redhat can do it for you i expect, but if there is, all it will acutally do is.....

change to /etc/init.d/rcX.d where X is the runlevel you use 3 = text 5 = X login. run an "ls" and you'll see lots of things like S80sendmail. the S means Start, and the number between 0 and 99 is it's position. just change that part of the file name and it will be loaded in that order.

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