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chkconfig --add myscript
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Yes, you are correct. You could also add --level <levels> for detailed configuration on what runlevels your script should start or not.
<startpriority> is the "priority" weight for starting the service. Services are started in numerical order, starting at 0.
<endpriority> is the "priority" weight for stopping the service. Services are stopped in numerical order, starting at 0. By default, you should set the <endpriority> equal to 100 - <startpriority>.
Only that it did not work out for me too, and after setting some priorities thare it started to work....
systemctl | grep myscript
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