rcNG - starting services.
danger at wilbury.sk
Fri Dec 3 08:42:15 PST 2004
Friday, December 3, 2004, 5:30:16 PM, you made these points:
> I just made the transition to 5.3 from 4.x and I am unclear on the the
> new rcNG way of starting locally installed services such as MySQL,
> Samba etc. I did read the manual pages on rc.d and rcNG.
> I just installed MySQL from ports and would like it to start
> automatically on boot.
> The manual page for rcNG is a bit unclear for starting local userland
> services such as mysql. A working example for a common application
> such as MysQL, Postgresql, or Samba would certainly be useful.
> My question is:
> Do I still start MysQL the old way with the script in
> Do I create an entry in /etc/rc.conf.local with "mysql_enable=YES"?
you need to add line mysql_enable=YES to rc.conf
> Also, if using the rcNG method, do I have to copy the mysql-server.sh
> script to /etc/rc.d/mysql or will rcNG make use of default
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