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Delay init from starting a service for a period of time?

I am trying to get a rudimentary NFS server up and running. Right now the server is configured as an NFS server due to a workaround for a vendor issue not supporting direct attached clustered storage, ...
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Centos 6.6 ignores inittab – always boots to runlevel 3

Well, like the title says, I have inittab set to id:5:initdefault but it always boots to runlevel 3 (as confirmed by "runlevel" and "who -r") Typing 'init 5' brings the GUI up. Also, appending '5' ...
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what is the correct runlevel for “Stop” in ec2?

I am trying to make a script to gracefully shutdown some application servers, I put the scripts in /etc/rc0.d but when I stop the ec2 instance on amazon, it won't call my script. what is the correct ...
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Define default runlevels for 2 init.d daemons with dependencies (Sysvinit Debian Wheezy)

I have two daemons daemonA and daemonB. B is dependant from A, that means that A must start BEFORE B and A must stop AFTER B. I have successfully made these daemons run at boot time by setting ...
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Debian Squeeze booted into runlevel 6

I've just found a very strange issue. One of my Debian Squeeze systems has booted into runlevel 6. I'm not sure how. None of the services configured to run at the lower levels started up. This is ...
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Linux: immediate logoff upon login

I have a CentOS 6 installation (on a USB disk) that I use for repairs etc. I recently moved the installation to a new disk, and now something strange is happening. Immediately after I logon I am ...