BCE-C712 Linux System Administration

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Starting up and Shutting Down

Run Level Scripts

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Here, we’ll explore the scripts associated with each run-level and how they control services.

  • Explanation:
    • Run-level scripts are stored in directories like /etc/rc.d or /etc/init.d and control the startup and shutdown of services.
    • Scripts have specific naming conventions (e.g., S##name for start scripts, K##name for stop scripts).
  • Example:
    • Starting a service manually:rubyCopy code$ sudo service serviceName start