Thu, 27 Sep 2001 09:41:12 -0500
Jeffrey Hutzelman wrote:
>That's fine, but not what those runlevels normally mean. The standard
>interpretation of the difference between runlevels 2 and 3 is that
>runlevel 3 includes network _services_ as well as clients.
>As a laptop owner, I chkconfig AFS _off_, and start it from
>/sbin/ifup-local when an ethernet interface is brought up. In fact,
>every RedHat machine in our facility uses this approach (or an appropriate
>variant for older RHL versions).
If I consider afs as 'just another network file system', like nfs, smb, etc.,
I could use Red Hat's netfs init as a guide. They start very early, before
ntp (wrong IMHO regardless of whether it's afs or not), and not until level 3
(wrong in may people's opinions). The values in the RPMs should be based on
the OS packagers definitions of what the run levels mean, not our own. Are
Red Hat's (and/or SuSe's) written down anywhere for us to reference?