[Chugalug] Redhat Yum can still be RPM-Hell(tm)
boodaddy at gmail.com
Wed Aug 28 15:28:19 UTC 2013
I don't know that I would call it the MS Way, seeing as the service command
I would much rather type the shorter command service httpd start as
compared to the longer /etc/init.d/httpd start
Whether we call it a "service" or a "daemon" is purely a matter of
Im happy to help wherever I can, I have a few Red Hat certifications, and
rarely get to use them at work since we have a realtively small *NIX
footprint at work.
On Wed, Aug 28, 2013 at 10:57 AM, Mike Harrison <cluon at geeklabs.com> wrote:
> installed. Its just a GUI wrapper for the chkconfig for Upstart and
>> sysvinit. You also don't
>> need to manage services in RHEL by linking and unlinking files in the
>> respective /etc/init.d
>> and such. You should really be using chkconfig to control which services
>> start at boot
>> (should handle xinetd as well). If you need to
>> stop/start/restsart/whatever a service, you
>> should use the "service" command. An example would be: service network
> yea, the MS-Way.. not "/etc/init.d/httpd start"
> they aren't "services" they are daemons ;)
> I'd love commands like:
> daemon apache2 live
> daemon tomcat die
> Thanks for 'chkconfig' that's a new one. on me.
> I went the Debian then the Ubuntu way at Redhat 9..
> It's similar to "update-rc.d", but I don't use it either,
> been doing it the hard way too long. Laughing..
> But I'm trying to make an install document/procedure for others.
> Trying to find the best ways and that will work.
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