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Re: Too many default services on



Harald Hoyer wrote:
> Trying a yum everything install, I found out, that booting now takes
> endlessly.
> 
> # ls /etc/rc.d/rc5.d/S*|wc -l
> 95
> 
> Please review, if the packages really need to be "on" after an install.
> 
<snip>

I would argue that since this was an "everything" install, most of these
services are not enabled by default, but by installing the (non default)
package.
And that if I install a specific package, I would want the service to
start as default (or else I would not have installed the package in the
first place).


Rgds.

Ola (T)


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