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When we reboot the Policy Server machine, the Policy Server cannot start properly. We don't see it in memory.
We've configured the start script as :
this file is symbolic link to rc5.d folder.
# this script starts and stops the siteminder policy server # at boot time # start
case "$1" in
su - smuser -c /opt/CA/siteminder/start-all &
su - smuser -c /opt/CA/siteminder/stop-all &
Out of the box, OpenRC needs the script within /etc/init.d and doesn't expect any subfolder.
Understanding the rc Scripts in Linux
/etc/init.d/ To avoid script duplication, the files in the rc#.d/ directories are actually symbolic links to script files located in the /etc/init.d/ directory. Every service installed on the system installs a script in this directory which can be used to control that service. These scripts are written to take start options specifying that they should start the service, and stop options specifying that they should stop the service.