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k_oudom 10-29-2009 02:47 AM

How to Set Service Start Priority in OpenSUSE 11.1
How to set services start priority in OpenSUSE 11.1?

SethsdadtheLinuxer 10-29-2009 08:34 AM

the folder /etc/init.d/rc3.d contains all services for your install.
looks something like this:
S01acpid S07kbd
K01cron K02fbset S01dbus S08ntp
K01dahdi K02haldaemon S01earlysyslog S09dahdi
K01microcode.ctl K02kbd S01fbset S09network-remotefs
K01network-remotefs K02ntp S01microcode.ctl S09nscd
K01random K02sendmail S01random S09splash
K01smartd K03nscd S02haldaemon S09sshd
K01splash K06syslog S02network S10sendmail
K01splash_early K07earlysyslog S03syslog S11cron
K01sshd K07network S04boot.clock S11smartd
K01stopblktrace K08dbus S05splash_early S12stopblktrace

If I wanted Sendmail to start before Dahdi, I would rename S10sendmail to S08sendmail.imopro

SethsdadtheLinuxer 10-29-2009 08:36 AM

there is an rcx.d for each runlevel 1-6. Some of these can't really be changed, but you'll be warned if that's the case.

k_oudom 10-30-2009 11:21 PM

If S09ypbind and S10avahi-dnsconfd. And I want service sshd run between ypbind and avahi-dnsconfd. what should change service sshd?

SethsdadtheLinuxer 11-02-2009 08:49 AM

you would have to rename S10avahi-dnsconfd to S11avahi-dnsconfd and set up sshd as S10sshd.

k_oudom 11-03-2009 09:45 PM

But I can see several services have S11xxxxx the same. Which one will run before another. Can we put S10.5?

SethsdadtheLinuxer 11-04-2009 08:17 AM

No. The Sxx priorities are symbolic links that process "Alphabetically" (ASCII Alphabet). So if you have 3 S11 priorities, you can make a new first priority by making it S11aaprocess.

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