Fedora: an example of community involvement
Posted Nov 26, 2004 20:29 UTC (Fri) by niner
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I'm a little bit surprised. I know that at least on SuSE exactly this is done. Init scripts have priorities inidcated by the number between S and the scriptname in the runlevel link. These numbers are calculated through dependencies given by special comments in the init scripts themselves and all scripts with the same priority are started in parallel. So this is already implemented and even standardized in the Linux Standards Base: http://refspecs.freestandards.org/LSB_2.0.1/LSB-Core/LSB-...
Are there distros out there that do not already behave this way?
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