On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 5:21 PM, <m.roth at 5-cent.us> wrote: > Larry Martell wrote: >> On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 5:04 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net> >> wrote: >>> Am 13.12.2013 23:00, schrieb Larry Martell: >>>> In the docs for chkconfig it says: >>>> More commonly, the service is off by default on all runlevels, which >>>> looks like this: >>>> >>>> # chkconfig: - 20 80 >>>> >>>> But services with a chkconfig entry like that are started at boot time >>>> (e.g. mysql, httpd). So when do they get started? >>> >>> when they are enabled with "chkconfig <service> on" >>> >>> look at /etc/rc0.d/ to /etc/rc6.d >>> chkconfig finally creates symlinks there >> >> But at what run levels is my question. >> >> Looking at mysqd, it has: >> >> # chkconfig: - 64 36 >> >> and I see a S64mysqld link in rc 2, 3, 4, and 5. Why in those 4 dirs? >> Will all scripts with - in the chkconfig entry be started at those 4 >> levels? How is putting - different from putting 2345? > > Runlevel 0 is poweroff. 1 is single user/maintenance mode. 4, well, no one > actually uses 4. And 6 is reboot. So, once the network's up, text mode and > X-mode. Thanks, but what was I wondering was what is the difference between putting - and 2345 on the chkconfig entry.