[CentOS] # chkconfig: kill at run level 3

Mon Dec 6 18:49:39 UTC 2010
Michael D. Berger <m_d_berger_1900 at yahoo.com>

On Mon, 06 Dec 2010 11:38:49 -0500, Brunner, Brian T. wrote:


> The number after the S and K determine the order in which they're run.
> S01 starts things which S02-S99 might require; S02 might depend on S01
> and provide service the S03-S99 stuff requires.  And, so on. The K
> scripts *generally* follow the reverse order on the logic that nothing
> is shut down while something else might require it.  Therefore a service
> with S01 has K99, what is S02 has K98, and so on.
> I'd (personally) guess at the Wild Blue that your Kxx kill script has a
> high enough number that it's shutting your app down after something else
> has been shut down, on which your app depends, without which your app
> throws an exception.  That's why (guess based on previous guess) if you
> kill your app then shut down, everything is happy.
> General Rule of Thumb:
> Sxx -> K(100-xx)

It is K03...