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RE: [SLUG] startups how ?, deamon restarter loops ?
- To: 'Voytek Eymont' <voytek@xxxxxxxxxx>, slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: RE: [SLUG] startups how ?, deamon restarter loops ?
- From: "Hartono, Susanto" <susanto.hartono@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu Oct 10 16:22:02 2002
Have you tried doing a search in google or even the archives in slug.org.au
for really excellent links to linux documentation as a first resort? You
should try it as it's good for the mind.
Here's a sample link:
No, the init scripts won't restart the daemon if it dies. You can use
sysedge from Concord for that purpose.
From: Voytek Eymont [mailto:voytek@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, 11 October 2002 2:08 AM
Subject: [SLUG] startups how ?, deamon restarter loops ?
I'm still trying to understand all this init.d/rc.d scripts and things,
I'm doing this through Webmin right now:
If I want say Apache or MySQL to start on boot, does that place a
apache-script into a run level 3 hirechary of init.d/rc.d things, is that
the way things work ?
which docs describe the startup procedures, etc ?
also, if I have Apache and MySQL starting at boot;
say, something (bad SQL call) burns down MySQLd:
does the script monitors and restarts the MySQL ?
or, am I responsible for making sure my desired deamons restart if burnt ?
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