rcorder doesn't apply to ports startup scripts in 6.0?

Brooks Davis brooks at one-eyed-alien.net
Mon Jan 15 16:04:12 UTC 2007

On Fri, Jan 12, 2007 at 11:17:30PM -0800, Jo Rhett wrote:
> Scot Hetzel wrote:
> >>So all of the ports which are being updated to use rcorder are now
> >>breaking on all of the existing 6.0 systems...
> >>
> >It shouldn't break existing systems, as the scripts are still run in
> >alphabetical order on the 6.0 systems before revision 1.336.2.1 of
> >/etc/rc.
> >
> >Which scripts are breaking?
> Everything that depends upon mysql or postgres, on all of our 6.0 systems.
> Any simple way to patch rcorder into 6.0 to avoid this?

You could also consider renaming the scripts so they start early enough
(i.e. the ugly hack we used to use for this purpose :).  The usual trick
is adding 000. to the beginning of the name.

-- Brooks
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