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postgres not starting after reboot on ubuntu

I'm not familiar with ubuntu (raring), so could someone help me please: I'm using postgresql 9.1 from apt. It installed the appropriate init script in /etc/init.d/postgresql. I can start the server ...
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Thin processes not starting after reboot on Ubuntu 12.04

Well, I'm running Ubuntu 12.04.2 and I have Thin installed by gem install thin sudo thin install sudo /usr/sbin/update-rc.d -f thin defaults and I have my configs at /etc/thin. But after system ...
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Can memcache invoke a script to reload itself after startup on Ubuntu?

Since memcache stores everything in ram, it will lose its store after a node recovers from failure. Does memcache offer a hook to invoke a script after it starts up? We want that script to do ...
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Execute script from rc.local as user instead of root

I want to execute a script every time my server start up. The problem is that I need to be a certain user to execute the script, if I try to do it as root it cant find certain packages (such as ruby). ...
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Process in rc.local does not seem to run — where to see?

I want to run a process in rc.local (Ubuntu Natty) but I am having trouble determining if it has run. I added /bin/sleep 10 /usr/bin/killall PassengerWatchdog /bin/echo "Killall returned with code ...
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control which version of PostgreSQL starts

I have three versions of Postgres (8.4, 9.0, 9.1) running on my Ubuntu box. Each version is configured to listen on a different port. When I reboot the machine, only the 9.0 version starts ...
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Ubuntu 9.10: how do I troubleshoot a startup script that doesn't appear to run?

I've created a bash script 'foo'. I've made that script executable with chmod+x and added it the the start-up by running sudo update-rc.d foo defaults 80 Despite that, it doesn't appear to be ...