Subject: Re: /etc/default
To: Christoph Badura <email@example.com>
From: Terry Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/27/1995 04:17:47
> It also lacks any standards on what functionality is provided at each
> run-level. What you really want is to introduce names for specific
> services and then have the subsystems specify what services the
> require and automatically start them in the right order. E.g. if your
> database needs network services to be present it should say so. If
> your turn-key system needs the database to be up and running it should
> say so. You then run lorder on the initialization scripts (so to
> speak) and execute them in the computed order.
I see that my other comments were anticipated.... I should
read the mail first, then comment.