[Linux-ha-dev] LRM Corruption & uuidgen output not a valid input
Jiang Dong Sun
sunjd at cn.ibm.com
Fri Jun 18 00:00:17 MDT 2004
>Lars Marowsky-Bree wrote:
>> On 2004-06-17T12:52:20,
>> Andrew <lists at beekhof.homeip.net> said:
>>>Should the contents of /etc/init.d (or whatever) also be returned for
>>>lrmadmin -T lsb ?
Currently not. I set it to /usr/lib/lsb, it may be a error. I'll change it.
>> Yes. Though I'd filter out any *~ files, and only return (symlinks to)
>> files with the executable bit set.
>In most distros, the files are installed into /etc/init.d, and symlinked
>Dropping those without execute bits would get rid of READMEs ;-)
>More specifically only *regular* files" or symlinks to executable regular
>files, and specifically not directories, since some distros seem to like
>put subdirectories there...
All are good suggestions/reminding, thanks.
Besides, now it's supposed the resource scripts of each class will be under
only one directory.
Two questions, please give your point.
a) Is it possible the resource scritps of one class are under multiple
b) Do we need to let the directory setting be configurable dynamically? for
example, via a config file.
> Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
Sun Jiang Dong
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