From: Roderick A. Anderson (raanders_at_tincan.org)
Date: Mon 11 Feb 2002 - 18:17:35 GMT
On Sun, 10 Feb 2002, Andy Kwong wrote:
> On line 80 in /usr/sbin/vserver it is -
> rm -fr var/run/*
> Shouldn't it be -
> rm -f var/run/*.pid
> This is because it is removing /var/run/named/ and other directories
> that some programs need to write their pid files to.
Interesting. Could it be working because it comes after most of the
other services - or at least in runlevel 3.
My Redhat Linux 7.1ish system only has v_sshd, linuxconf-setup, and
local after vserver for kills.
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