David O'Brien wrote:
When you install sssd, you can start and stop it with the service
command. It also appears in chkconfig --list so you can use that to
configure it to start at boot time or not (default is not). It doesn't,
however, appear in /etc/rc.d/init.d/ along with lots of other services.
Should it? afaik (which on this topic is not a lot) the service command
is limited to only a few systems (rhel/fedora and their offspring?) For
other systems, you need to use the rc.d/init.d/ path to start and stop
Maybe we need to add it manually? I'm on the verge of saying "Not RHEL
or Fedora so I don't care", but I'm curious.
ok, I stuffed up.
/etc/init.d/sssd start|stop|status... works fine. Apologies for the noise.
I guess I need to work out what the rc.d dir is for.
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