tobias at aquazul.com
Wed Nov 16 13:52:26 CST 2005
On Wednesday 16 November 2005 08:06, John Nilsson wrote:
> why not just "while ! ping -q -c1 $NTPSERVER; do sleep 3; done" if
> waiting for network is the only problem?
Or putting a script in /etc/network/if-up.d? That way ntp-date would get run
as soon as a network goes up.
I used to start most of my network services via /etc/network/if-*.d. Shaves a
few seconds of the boot time and the services do not use resources while
nobody can connect to them anyway;-)
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