Subject: rc.d: client-server dependencies
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From: Geert Hendrickx <ghen@NetBSD.org>
Date: 08/13/2006 20:55:19
I'm playing around with sysutils/ups-nut, a collection of networked UPS
tools. There's a client upsmon which connects to a server upsd, either
locally or over the network. The rc.d script for upsmon has:
# PROVIDE: upsmon
# REQUIRE: upsd
As a consequence, when running "/etc/rc.d/upsmon start" on a client-only
machine (where upsd runs on a different machine), it says:
WARNING: $upsmon is not set properly - see rc.conf(5).
I could simply remove the REQUIRE upsd line, but it's still preferable that
upsd gets rcorder(8)'ed before upsmon on systems where both run on the same
machine. How could I handle this?