I have multiple instances of apache2 reunning on a solaris 10 box. I want all the apache instances to automatically start once the physical server is rebooted.
Appreciete if someone can guide me how to modify the rc3.d script for doing this.
- Copy /etc/init.d/apache to /etc/init.d/apache2
- Edit /etc/init.d/apache2, comment out the line near the end that contains apachectl, and replace it with the command that you use to start your second
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