[Nut-upsuser] Is newhidups driver still in memory just before
o/s halt ?
marc2 at rechte.fr
Fri Mar 23 16:27:50 CET 2007
This is what I wanted to avoid: tempering with Red Hat supplied files,
especially these scripts may be tricky and also are overwritten by
initscripts updates. I think that for the time being I will not not
shutdown the UPS (though this was working with a serial driver).
Thanks for your help.
> For the original poster: you can safely modify /etc/init.d/halt, just
> make sure that
> - you do not cut the power before unmounting all FS to which things
> are written (those with persistent storage)
> - keep the modified script handy, because any update of the
> initscripts rpm will probably overwrite it
> You might wish to take a look at the scripts included in FC devel
> (rawhide) rpms, they might be useful
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