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Date: 03/17/2007 13:12:54
When shutdown(8) is invoked, the rc.d framework does, in reverse order,
a clean stop of services launched (as declared via rc.conf).
For example for PostgreSQL, I wanted to benefit for such a feature but I
wasn't really enthusiastic about placing scripts in /etc/rc.d (I prefer
to keep things orthogonal between system and local additions, I mean
clearly identifying in the file system hierarchy what is added).
Reading /etc/rc.d/local I discovered that such a hook does exist: it's
IMHO it would be helpful to "advertise" this existence by putting a
template empty /etc/rc.shutdown.local in the base distribution, à la
Thierry Laronde (Alceste) <tlaronde +AT+ polynum +dot+ com>
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