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Re: SysV-ish Init Script: Run Levels?

David Landgren <david@landgren.net> wrote:
> Jim Seymour wrote:
> > Andres Tarallo <tarallo@ort.edu.uy> wrote:
> > 
> >>It's not very clear to me what you are asking.
> > 
> > [snip]
> > 
> > At what run level(s), and, if important, after what other init
> > scripts, should slapd (and slurpd, come to think of it) be
> > started?
> That depends on what you're using it for. Probably early on in the game. 
> If you're using it in an NSS environment then you more or less have to. 
> If it's just a plain old directory it can be started up later.

I plan to use it for NSS at some point in the future.

> I use it to authenticate accounts in a Samba domain. To me, the crucial 
> chain of order to respect is
>      slapd
>      nscd
>      cups
>      samba
> and in the reverse order when shutting down.
> Hope this helps,

It does.  And, on reflection, it only makes sense!

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