Subject: Re: admin script for ipfilter
To: Darren Reed <darrenr@NetBSD.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 01/06/2007 10:13:12
On Sat, 6 Jan 2007, Darren Reed wrote:
> > $ /etc/rc.d/inetd status
> > $ /etc/rc.d/inetd onestatus
> > inetd is running as pid 9511.
> What I don't like about this is you have to interpret from the
> output of two different commands what the real condition is.
> The blank output from "status" tells me nothing.
I agree. I don't like it either. In another mail in this thread I said
when we run any rc.d script it should be enabled (like "one")
automatically. (Others have said the same.)
> I want to see something like this:
> $ rcadmin inetd status
> disabled but is running as pid 9511.
> This is (I believe) perfectly clear output that requires no interpretation.
Looks good to me. "/etc/rc.d/inetd status" should say the same.
If nobody beats me to it, I may code this up in a few days. (Based on the
ideas from my previous email which I don't think I got any feedback on.)
By the way, I also use NetBSD's rc.subr and rc.d system on non-BSDs.