Re: A clean way to introduce delay between scripts in /etc/init.d?
* Yui-wah LEE:
> What is a clean way to introduce a delay between the
> scripts in /etc/init.d ?
Attempts at synchronization based on time are doomed to fail.
> I could force a delay between the two scripts by
> introducing another script (run at S26) that does
> nothing but sleep for a fixed time (30 seconds). That
> seemed to work around the problem. But I wonder if
> there is a cleaner solution.
I think you need to restart/reload BIND after modifying named.options.