Subject: Re: rc.d (Was Re: run levels (was Re: The new rc.d stuff...))
To: Bill Sommerfeld <email@example.com>
From: PER4MANCE, J. Dolecek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/24/2000 17:22:26
Bill Sommerfeld wrote:
> IMHO, if you want to be able to dynamically enable/disable subsystems
> based on dependancies, you need to keep track of which ones are
> currently running.
You probably don't need to track down which are currently running.
It would be enough just to shut all services directly or indirectly
dependant on the one you shut down - the individual scripts
(should) DTRT if "their" service is not actually running.