Re: restarting init.d script without rebooting Hi Allan, You can try bringing the server down to the run level below the one you want to run the scripts for - i.e. 2 in this case - but it can be just as catastrophic for the applications as a reboot and may not clean up properly:
Sep 17, 2019 · /etc/init.d/oracleasm listdisks is not showing any ASM disks after node reboot. EXPECTED BEHAVIOR-----expect the listdisk command to show output STEPS-----The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps: 1. install asmlib modules 2. boot the system 3. verify available disks using /etc/init.d/oracleasm listdisks. Changes Cause Sep 19, 2018 · /etc/init.d/mysqld start /etc/init.d/mysqld stop /etc/init.d/mysqld restart. Some Linux flavors offer the service command too. service mysqld start service mysqld stop service mysqld restart. or. service mysql start service mysql stop service mysql restart On macOS Sierra & OSX to start/stop/restart MySQL post 5.7 from the command line: # /etc/init.d/oracleasm configure enable disable Use the disable and enable options to change the actions of the Automatic Storage Management library driver when the system starts. The enable option causes the Automatic Storage Management library driver to load when the system starts: # /etc/init.d/oracleasm enable start stop restart Jun 23, 2015 · As mentioned earlier, most systems keep the startup scripts for the services in the /etc/init.d/ folder. So, a simple listing of the directory contents should show you the list of services that are installed and available to you. bash$ ls /etc/init.d/ the file names in the folder usually match the name of the service. Doesn't that use another location then /etc/init.d for services? K. kriz Verified User. Joined Jul 14, 2018 Messages 9. Jul 15, 2018 #5 Yes I'm using CentOS 7 .
Sep 25, 2014 · From a 6.5 server, from /etc/init.d/sshd: # chkconfig: 2345 55 25. This will start and make sure sshd is running in runlevels 2, 3, 4, and 5, and it will start it as S55sshd on the way up, and shut id down with K25 on the reboot. mark
/etc/init.d contains scripts used by the System V init tools (SysVinit). This is the traditional service management package for Linux, containing the init program (the first process that is run when the kernel has finished initializing¹) as well as some infrastructure to start and stop services and configure them. Specifically, files in /etc/init.d are shell scripts that respond to start
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init.d is the sub-directory of /etc directory in Linux file system. init.d basically contains the bunch of start/stop scripts which are used to control (start,stop,reload,restart) the daemon while the system is running or during boot. If you look at /etc/init.d then you will notice all the scripts for different services of your system. Research Unix-style/BSD-style. Research Unix init ran the initialization shell script located at /etc/rc, then launched getty on terminals under the control of /etc/ttys. There are no runlevels; the /etc/rc file determines what programs are run by init. /etc/init.d contains scripts used by the System V init tools (SysVinit). This is the traditional service management package for Linux, containing the init program (the first process that is run when the kernel has finished initializing¹) as well as some infrastructure to start and stop services and configure them.