markh at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri Sep 27 14:51:16 PDT 2002
(I tried to send this two days ago but my outgoing mail relay was b0rken)
On Thu, 26, Sep, 2002 at 10:02:23AM -0500, Larry Lawrence spoke thus..
> Firewall start scripts are S21
That's exactly what I've used on my new system
> Firewall kill scripts are K39 - the network does not go down until K80, but
> we lose logging at K40, user processes at K50 and Disk access at K60.
I *think* it would be safe to use K59 here. I could be wrong though
(and quite possibly am). Reasoning: I don't think shutting down the
firewall should write anything to sysklogd; neither does it require any
current running processes to still be alive.
What do other people think?
Mark Hymers <markh at linuxfromscratch dot org>
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