Dylan Klomparens asked:
I need to specify a boot order for processes to start. I have 389 Directory Server and Samba running on Fedora 18. How can I have the network services boot, then 389 DS, then Samba? Is there a GUI to manage this in Fedora?
I have enabled Samba to start with
systemctl enable smb.service. I have also enabled 389 DS with
systemctl enable dirsrv.target.
Do two things:
/lib/systemd/system/smb.serviceunit file, to specify the dependency. The
[unit]section contains an
After=line which specifies what services/targets should be reached before this one.
After=syslog.target network.target nmb.service winbind.service
Change it to:
After=dirsrv.target syslog.target network.target nmb.service winbind.service
Report this dependency back to Fedora as a bug, so that it can be incorporated in future releases.
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