[CentOS] Booting and ignoring sysct.conf...

Wed Sep 5 14:44:26 UTC 2012
Carlos Eduardo Pedroza Santiviago <segfault at core-dumped.org>


On Wed, Sep 5, 2012 at 11:23 AM, John Doe <jdmls at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> just wondering if there was a way to boot while ignoring sysctl.conf...
> A colleague messed up one parameter, that ended up crashing the server at boot time.
> Booting in single was not helping.
> Fixed it by booting on a live CD and modifying the sysctl file but, it would be convenient to know if there was a kernel parameter to add to the grub entry or something to bypass it...
> But I see it is run in /etc/init.d/functions, so maybe it is not avoidable.
> Thx,
> JD
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