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Re: postmaster: init.d/start

From: Markus Wagner <mawagner(at)mail(dot)uni-mainz(dot)de>
To: Daniel Fairs <danfairs(at)bits(dot)bris(dot)ac(dot)uk>
Cc: pgsql-sql(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: postmaster: init.d/start
Date: 2000-06-12 13:13:41
Message-ID: 3944E205.EC6F8FE0@mail.uni-mainz.de (view raw or flat)
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Hi Daniel,

thank you for your reply.

There are some unanswered questions.
Why does one have to consider multiple run levels? Doesn't run level 3
(network + X) implicate run level 2 (network)?
So if I don't use XDM (or equivalent) and the system starts with a login
shell only, it would start run level 2 services. And if I use XDM and
the system starts using X it would also load run level 2 services?

Markus

Daniel Fairs wrote:
> As to which runlevel you should start the postmaster in, well, you'll
> probably want to start it in the runlevel(s) corresponding to full
> multiuser mode, and multisuer mode with X (if applicable). On my RedHat
> system, these are runlevels 3 and 5. I think they're different on a SuSE
> system, 2 and 3 from memory. Check your /etc/inittab for details, it'll
> tell you which runlevel corresponds to what mode of use.
> it after the services that it depends on have started, so probably after
> networking and maybe named, if you run it. I find that around 60-ish works



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