[CentOS] Init.d script troubleshooting.

Barry Brimer lists at brimer.org
Tue Nov 9 21:07:34 EST 2010


> On Nov 9, 2010, at 5:15 PM, Barry Brimer wrote:
>
>> <snip>
>>> Testing the script, both via "/etc/init.d/Fast start" and "service Fast start" works, and it fully works for the implemented "start","stop","status" commands.
>>>
>>> "/etc/rc0.d/K10Fast stop" works as expected. (as does /etc/rc1,2,6 etc..)
>>>
>>> The script contains full paths to everything.
>>>
>>> At boot, the script functions as expected.
>>>
>>> My problem is that at reboot, via shutdown -r or shutdown -h the script does NOT get called, so naturally the system doesn't get to clean up after itself, then it fails to startup correctly next boot.
>> <snip>
>>
>> I believe the name of the script in /etc/init.d needs to match the name of
>> the lock file dropped in /var/lock/subsys .. so either change the case of
>> your lockfile so it is called "Fast" and not "fast" to match the script or
>> change the name of script to "fast" the match the lockfile.  For further
>> reference, please examine /etc/init.d/killall.  This is the script that
>> stops things that have placed files in /var/lock/subsys.
>>
>> Hope this helps.
>> Barry
>
>
> Wow... It works now...
>
> Thanks much. I didn't see that in the documentation, interesting info.

Glad it works!

Barry


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