[mrtg] Re: question about mrtg daemon
khudson at tsss.org
Thu Oct 6 18:07:40 MEST 2005
oh yeah, you have to put that script in /etc/init.d -- i called it
something like mrtg-daemon
then you can do:
service mrtg-daemon (start|stop|restart) etc.
if you want it to start at boot time add symbolic links to /etc/rcX.d
where X is the runlevel into which you boot your machine. the symbolic
links have the format: SXXmrtg-daemon where XX is the order of
precedence for this daemon. you most definitely want it after SXXnetwork
... I'd run it as S98mrtg-daemon (but that's just me).
you'll also want to add symlinks K02mrtg-daemon to /etc/rc0.d and
/etc/rc6.d (so mrtg gets killed when you reboot/halt the machine).
Tao Yaoning wrote:
> Hi, all
> Does anybody know how to make mrtg running like really service. I mean you
> can use command "service mrtg start" and "service mrtg stop" to start and
> stop mrtg. Now, I just use a script to run bunch of mrtg daemon at one time.
> But if I want to restart, I have to stop them one by one manually, it's so
> annony, especially when I test them !! :(
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