I installed SGI RH 7.1 test 2 some while ago, and noticed that
several (~ 19) scripts in /etc/init.d have the line:
chkconfig: - <some numbers> <some numbers>
which means that if one does a chkconfig --add <service> the service
gets disabled in all runlevels. I would like to run amd and smb, so
I manually changed the startup runlevels, but would like to know why
the others are disabled in this manner?
I asked someone on IRC who is running RH 7.1 stock, and he didn't
seem to have this problem, so my next guess is that it's either my
fault (most likely), an sgi rh 7.1 (test2 or other) thing, OR it's
supposed to be like that, and there is another way of making the
services start up at boot time.
I'm going to install RH 7.1 XFS 1.0 on my home file server, so it's
more of an issue there where I run more server processes.
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