Runlevel default parameters in init scripts

Libor Klepáč libor.klepac at bcom.cz
Mon Feb 21 08:18:11 CST 2011


Hi,
also noticed this and posted this info here few weeks ago. I hope next release 
will fix this.
It's not big issue, you have just to remember to change it (or nagios check 
will be angry after reboot ;)

With regards,
Libor

Dne neděle 20 Únor 2011 23:59:55 Germain napsal(a):
> Hi people,
> 
> I just want to warn the maintainer, and other people, that
> /etc/init.d/dataeng has its default start and stop runlevel parameters
> incompatible with Ubuntu/Debian OS. Ubuntu runs at level 2, so dataeng
> will never start.
> 
> There is :
> # Default-Start: 3 4 5
> # Default-Stop: 1 2
> 
> I change them to :
> # Default-Start: 2 3 4 5
> # Default-Stop: 1
> 
> Have a glance to chkconfig parameters too.
> Best regards,
> Germain
> 
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