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runit-policy-rc.d

runit-policy-rc.d

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NAME

runit-policy-rc.d - runit's init script policy for invoke-rc.d(8)  

SYNOPSIS

policy-rc.d [--quiet] initscriptID actions [runlevel]

policy-rc.d --list initscriptID [runlevel ...]  

DESCRIPTION

policy-rc.d is consulted by invoke-rc.d(8) to determine if a particular init script is to be run or not. The runit(8) Unix init scheme provides service management and service supervision through run scripts, and doesn't use SystemV alike init scripts. The services are controlled through the sv(8) program, which optionally can be symlinked to /etc/init.d/initscriptID to provide an LSB compatible interface to init script actions.

runit-policy-rc.d's policy is to only run init scripts, if the 'script' is a symbolic link to the sv program.  

OPTIONS

--quiet
no error messages are generated.
--list
instead of verifying policy, list (in a "human parseable" way) all policies defined for the given initscriptID (for all runlevels if no runlevels are specified; otherwise, list it only for the runlevels specified), as well as all known actions and their fallbacks for the given initscriptID (note that actions and fallback actions might be global and not particular to a single initscript id).

runit-policy-rc.d always prints ``runit's init script policy is to only run init scripts, if the 'script' is a symbolic link to the sv program.'' and the output of


 ls -l /etc/init.d/initscriptID

 

SEE ALSO

invoke-rc.d(8), update-rc.d(8), sv(8), runsv(8)


 

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