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Re: Disallowing explicit delays in the stop target of init.d scripts?

hi francesco,

On Sat, Mar 06, 2004 at 10:40:01AM +0100, Francesco Paolo Lovergine wrote:
> personal use. I think that having the possibilty of shutting down
> with or without additional delays should be at least configurable
> by the admin in a reasonable way (e.g, a /etc/default/rcS variable)
> I personally have not critical services in run on those machines
> and awaiting so loooooong is not mandatory.

nothing's keeping you from editing your init scripts to shorten that
time.  or if you really don't care, you can just take the Kill scripts
that bother you completely out of the shutdown process.


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