Frank Murphy wrote:
> I wan't change the startup order of some scripts.
>> network # chkconfig: 345 25 75
> NetworkManager # chkconfig: - 98 02
> netfs # chkconfig: 345 25 75
> 25 is startup priority, 75 kill priority.
> What I don't know is the limis of the numbers:
> Should netfs be changed to # chkconfig: 345 40 75,
> Would that ensure etch0 is up?
Sorry if you know this already, but...
If it's like Mandriva, you have directories rc?.d (rc1.d, rc2.d, etc.)
in /etc/rc.d, where ? is the runlevel.
Under these, you have symlinks to the services, with names starting Snn
or Knn, where n is a digit. Symlinks starting S mean the service is
started in that runlevel, symlinks starting K are killed when going to
that runlevel. The digits nn are to make the symlinks get listed in order.
So I think the answer to your question is, you can number them from 00
to 99. Lower numbers start first.
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