[PC-BSD Dev] fastboot rc documentation
kris at pcbsd.org
Fri Mar 1 05:26:46 PST 2013
On 03/01/2013 02:22, Luca Ferrari wrote:
> Thanks Nick,
> but I was talking about
> - fastboot_enable
> - fastboot_earlyrc
> which are specific to PCBSD (I guess).
Yes those are specific to PC-BSD. I've not put any formal docs up yet,
but here's some details:
fastboot_enable - If set to YES, will only start the services listed in
fastboot_earlyrc before showing a login prompt.
fastboot_earlyrc - List of service files to start before showing a login
prompt. (Dependencies started automatically)
/var/log/rc_delay.log - Output of services started in the background
Mods are contained in /etc/rc && /etc/rc.delay
> On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 5:07 PM, N.J. Mann <njm at njm.me.uk> wrote:
>> In message <CAKoxK+6hthb2_pgSqf1NZ8uWaV_Fe4iyqzJ5N-3EA3YZkZv2QA at mail.gmail.com>,
>> Luca Ferrari (fluca1978 at infinito.it) wrote:
>>> it seems to me that the fastboot variables available in rc.conf are
>>> not documented in the man page. Is there any other source of
>>> documentation to look at?
>> man rc.subr
>> About half way down:
>> argument may have one of the following prefixes which alters its
>> fast Skip the check for an existing running process, and
>> sets rc_fast=YES.
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