Re: /etc/rc.conf and NFS
- From: Joe Auty <joe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2010 05:46:58 -0400
Adam Vande More wrote:
On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 8:38 PM, Joe Auty <joe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxThat's what I'm thinking too... I'll play around the adjusting the
I have my /usr/local partition hosted on an NFS share which is mounted
at boot. Do you have any theories as to why my various services
Postfix, MySQL) listed in /etc/rc.conf do not start up
boot, and I have to do this manually? When /usr/local is hosted
these services start up fine on their own at boot time.
What does /var/log/messages say? May be that /usr/local isn't
available when scripts are called.
startup order and see if that fixes this, thanks!
Adam Vande More
Joe Auty, NetMusician
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