[Linux-ha-dev] /etc/init.d: heartbeat or heartbeat.sh
t.d.lee at durham.ac.uk
Mon Sep 20 10:58:14 MDT 2004
In "configure.in" there is some code which sets "INIT_EXT" to ".sh" on
Solaris and *bsd* (otherwise set to "" (empty)).
This happened to trip me up a week or so again when tidying up the Solaris
pkg stuff, but it was easy to patch (and the patch is in 1.2.3). I have
just tripped over another instance: in this case "BasicSanityCheck"
doesn't know about this extension.
Now I COULD patch that: it looks relatively easy. But it raises the
deeper question as to why we need this at all.
>From the Solaris perspective, having that ".sh" in /etc/init.d is, being
What about other OSes: are there any that prefer (or insist upon) such
Can we get rid of that "INIT_EXT" altogether? Or ought we to keep it and
then ensure that it is used consistently?
If we think we need to keep "INIT_EXT", I'm happy to investigate producing
a patch for "BasicSanityCheck". Let me know...
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