Solaris init.d scripts for INN
qralston+ml.inn-workers at andrew.cmu.edu
Fri Apr 6 21:37:10 UTC 2001
Several people asked me about these, so here are the Solaris init
scripts I wrote for INN.
The scripts go into /etc/init.d. You have to make the symbolic links
$ ln -s ../init.d/cnfsstat /etc/rc0.d/K10cnfsstat
$ ln -s ../init.d/innwatch /etc/rc0.d/K10innwatch
$ ln -s ../init.d/inn /etc/rc0.d/K15inn
$ ln -s ../init.d/cnfsstat /etc/rc1.d/K10cnfsstat
$ ln -s ../init.d/innwatch /etc/rc1.d/K10innwatch
$ ln -s ../init.d/inn /etc/rc1.d/K15inn
$ ln -s ../init.d/cnfsstat /etc/rc2.d/K10cnfsstat
$ ln -s ../init.d/innwatch /etc/rc2.d/K10innwatch
$ ln -s ../init.d/inn /etc/rc2.d/K15inn
$ ln -s ../init.d/cnfsstat /etc/rc3.d/K10cnfsstat
$ ln -s ../init.d/innwatch /etc/rc3.d/K10innwatch
$ ln -s ../init.d/inn /etc/rc3.d/K15inn
$ ln -s ../init.d/inn /etc/rc3.d/S80inn
$ ln -s ../init.d/cnfsstat /etc/rc3.d/S85cnfsstat
$ ln -s ../init.d/innwatch /etc/rc3.d/S85innwatch
You also need to supply a /etc/defaults/inn file if you want INN to
actually start up. I've enclosed the one I use.
These scripts try very hard to shut down INN in a graceful manner.
However, innfeed processes have a tendency to linger for several
minutes after INN has closed its pipe to them, and the scripts aren't
smart enough to spinwait until all of them exit. I intend to fix this
when I rewrite these scripts for Linux, which I plan to do fairly
soon. I'd also like to remove the dependency on /usr/xpg4/bin/id
(/usr/bin/id on Solaris doesn't support the -u option).
James Ralston, Information Technology
Software Engineering Institute
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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-- Desc: Solaris init scripts for INN 2.3.1
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-- Desc: sample /etc/default/inn file for Solaris INN init.d scripts
# Set to YES if you want in INN system to start. If INN_START is set
# to any other value (or not set at all), all of the INN init.d
# scripts silently exit.
# You *must* explicitly name the path to the innshellvars file. If
# this is not set, the inn init.d scripts will fail.
# The inn init.d scripts will prepend INN_PREPATHS to the PATH, and
# append INN_POSTPATHS to the PATH. These actions occur *after* the
# innshellvars file rewrites the PATH. The inn init.d scripts require
# an "id" program that supports the -u option, so you must have the
# SUNWxcu4 package installed, and you must have /usr/xpg4/bin in
# Either leave this unset, or else pick innd or inndstart (the latter
# is recommended). If unset, inndstart is assumed.
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