Sorry for the delay in testing the new image, I'll get to that tomorrow. I've actually been busy diagnosing a different issue that I just figured out. As a workaround to module softdog being loaded (see issue #139), I threw a modprobe so
Save this file as /etc/init.d/nginx #!/bin/sh # # nginx - this script starts and stops the nginx daemon # # chkconfig: - 85 15 # description: NGINX is an HTTP(S) /etc/init.d/hostd restart /etc/init.d/vpxa restart. Or also (alternative way) To reset the management network on a specific VMkernel interface, by default vmk0, run the command: esxcli network ip interface set -e false -i vmk0; esxcli network ip interface set -e true -i vmk0 Aug 08, 2011 · its /etc/init.d/smbd
Whenever I need to restart Apache on my RHEL VPS, I type sudo /sbin/service httpd restart. However I notice a lot of articles suggest using sudo /etc/init.d httpd restart. Is there any difference
After the kernel has initialized all devices at startup, it starts init (8), which in turn runs /etc/rc. /etc/rc sorts the scripts in /etc/rc.d using rcorder (8) and then runs them in that order. See the rcorder (8) man page for details of how the order of rc.d scripts is determined. Once init is started, it reads the /etc/inittab configuration file to tell it what process to start, monitor for certain activities, and when an activity is triggered to call the relevant program. The init program used by busybox is a minimalistic daemon. Sorry for the delay in testing the new image, I'll get to that tomorrow. I've actually been busy diagnosing a different issue that I just figured out. As a workaround to module softdog being loaded (see issue #139), I threw a modprobe so A symlink from /etc/init.d to another location could work. But it would not be normal practice. And if the link was pointing outside of the root partition, you will end up with a setup that easily breaks. I would recommend sticking with a file in /etc/init.d like other services do.
/etc/init.d contains scripts used by the System V init tools (SysVinit). This is the traditional service management package for Linux, containing the init program (the first process that is run when the kernel has finished initializing¹) as well as some infrastructure to start and stop services and configure them.
Apr 04, 2009 · I kind of messed up with this directory. I was trying to remove a startup script from the /etc/init.d using rm and by mistake i removed the entire /etc/init.d . later i googled to find that /etc/init.d is a symlink to /etc/rc.d/init.d ; so i created to symlink /etc/init.d . what i did is that rite? On startup, the Upstart init(8) daemon reads its job configuration from files in the /etc/init/ directory, and watches for future changes to these files using inotify(7). If Upstart was invoked as a user process with --user option, it will run in User Session mode. When System V-style init programs are started by the kernel, they read their configuration file, /etc/inittab. This file defines: 1. the runlevel in which init will start the system by default 2. programs init will run to initialize the system 3. standard processes init will start for each runlevel 4. scripts init will run to implement each runlevel Jan 23, 2018 · # /etc/init.d/network restart To stop and start use the following option (do not run them over remote ssh session as you will get disconnected): # /etc/init.d/network stop