On Friday 18 May 2001 02:10 pm, Tiarnan O'Corrain wrote:
> Have you changed /dev/initctl at all?
Nope. This is a stock RH 7.1 installation. I haven't even touched it.
>> One of the last commands in the script for reboot should
> unmount all filesystems with
> # umount -a
>> In which case you shouldn't have to go through fsck when
> you power-cycle the machine.
>> I suspect your scripts are messed up...
If so, then it's a RH 7.1 install bug because I certainly haven't
done anything to it.
> Could you post the directory listing for your init scripts
> on runlevel 6 (I think it's /etc/rc6.d in RedHat).
Sure, here it is:
K03rhnsd K15httpd K20rwalld K45arpwatch K72autofs K86nfslock
K95kudzu K05anacron K20isdn K20rwhod K50tux K74apmd
K87portmap K05keytable K20nfs K25sshd K60atd K74nscd
K88syslog K10xfs K20pppoe K30sendmail K60crond K74ypserv
K90network K12postgresql K20rstatd K34yppasswdd K60lpd K75netfs
K92ipchains K15gpm K20rusersd K44rawdevices K65identd K80random
The long listing is rather long and doesn't contain a lot more useful info.
Basically, all of these files are nothing more than symlinks to the relevant
file in init.d. Example:
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 15 May 9 17:21 K03rhnsd
I note that there is no symlink to the "halt" script in init.d present in
rc6.d. Is that relevant?
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