starting pkgsrc services on 1.4
cheeselottery at gmail.com
Thu Dec 29 13:06:49 PST 2005
On 12/29/05, Matthew Dillon <dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> No wait, I take it back. There is a chaining script already in
> our /etc/rc.d called /etc/rc.d/localdaemons.
> It isn't picking up the scripts because they do not have a .sh suffix.
> Sigh, that bites us in the ass again. It was a bad idea to have
> non-.sh and .sh RC scripts.
> I am going to fix this in HEAD... that is, allow script directories
> listed in local_startup (/usr/pkg/etc/rc.d, /usr/local/etc/rc.d, etc)
> to not have a .sh option, but I just don't know whether it is a good
> idea to put in -RELEASE. It could generate unintended side effects.
I looked it up, here is what FreeBSD has done:
So they run rcorder, run the scripts until finishing mountcritremote,
re-run rcorder against both base and local rc.d scripts, skip the
scripts that have already run, and run the rest. (I think?)
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