Re: Making SysV boot scripts reboot faster
Peter Cordes writes:
> For a reboot, all you need to do is save anything that's needed, and
> close any files that are open for writing. You don't have to bring the
> system to the exact state it was in at bootup, or anything.
But that's just about the only reason I ever reboot.
> It's annoying to have init scripts which you've removed the symlinks for,
> and you don't know where to put them back.
Have you looked at rcconf?
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