Difference: BootingContext (2 vs. 3)

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Booting context

There is a "booting" context which is set during the boot process, until logins are enabled.

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  SL6 - The context is set by /usr/sbin/lcfginit (call of 'context booting=true') and cleared by a call of 'context booting=' in /etc/init/rc.conf
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SL7 - The context is set by /usr/sbin/lcfginit (call to 'context') and cleared by the lcfg-clearbootctx.service
 

-- AlastairScobie - 08 Dec 2006

 
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