"Burke, Gary : GIG IS&T" wrote:
> ]> snipped
> ]> Should it not be an S script? K scripts, I thought, we more or less
> ]> ignored.
> ]Eh, no
> ]S = Start script
> ]K = Kill script
> ]The scripts are normally run with a start/stop argument
>> Fair enough. I always thought there had to be a reason why they chose K. I
> knew that S scripts were start scripts, and it kinda made sense to me that
> the same scripts would be used to kill off the daemons that they started.
>> If S90smb exists in rc3.d, there is no corresponding K90smb in that
> directory. I just assume, wrongly, that the same script would be run to
> kill it. I didn't even think that the scripts in rc6.d are run when
> starting runlevel 6 (yes, I knew that the scripts in the various rc?.d
> directories are run when entering the various runlevels - just didn't cop on
> to runlevel 6 for some reason).
Yes, but the K scripts are also run when changing run levels.
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