start process at boot time

Mildred ml.mildred593 at
Sun Oct 28 16:17:06 GMT 2007

Le Sun 28/10/2007 à 15:21 Wakan à écrit:
> so there is a job for each server, like apache or mysql...
> so how could I use the statement "start on started mysql"...
> mysql isn't a job for upstart....mysqld in started by rc script
> and ubuntu daemon startup script don't generate events for upstart....

You could add the command

	initctl emit started mysqld

In the mysql shell script after mysqld is started, then the event is
generated and you can start your service when mysqld is started.


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