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RE: Special init.d scripts

On 07-May-2001 Julian Gilbey wrote:
> Most init.d scripts are expected to support all of start, stop,
> etc. options.  But there are a small number of scripts which are
> obvious exceptions to this rule: restart, reboot, single, mountall.sh
> and so on.
> It would be really nice to have a paragraph in policy distinguishing
> between these cases and the rest of them, but I've no idea what it
> should say.  Does anyone have any ideas?

perhaps a naming convention would be nice too.  For instance most of the .sh
scripts are not typical scripts.

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