Call for sample samba4 init scripts?
charles.tryon at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 12:33:55 MDT 2012
I've added a page to the Wiki:
Please feel free to add other examples or tweak the examples provided there
if you've got something that works better.
On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 4:31 PM, Charles Tryon <charles.tryon at gmail.com>wrote:
> This is a topic which pops every so often -- where are the Init scripts
> for Samba4? The problem is that init scripts are distribution specific.
> The HOWTO states, "Samba4 alpha13 doesn't yet have init scripts included
> for each platform, but making one for your platform should not be
> difficult." Well, they aren't exactly rocket science, but there are some
> points which can be quirky, and not everyone knows how to integrate the
> script with their particular startup infrastructure. (This gets even more
> weird when distributions like Fedora radically overhaul their approach to
> init!) I've done a little bit of Googling around, but other than a few
> files attached to various posts to the Samba lists, I haven't found much.
> I'd like to create a somewhat better collection of sample init scripts,
> listed by system. I can think of at least Debian based systems and Red
> Hat/Fedora off the top of my head. Solaris also comes to mind. These
> could be either included as samples in a part of the Git repository, or as
> a Wiki page (or something else, if someone has a better idea). I'd be
> happy to start another Wiki page and populate it with a couple of samples.
> If people have an example init script they are using (or if there are any
> people who really *are* experts in the design of init.d scripts), then you
> can send files and instructions to me for starters. Once the Wiki is
> started, then other people can start expanding on it.
> Charles Tryon
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