how do i turn off the "sendmail" daemon in the command mode???

how do i turn off the "sendmail" daemon in the command mode???

Post by David K » Thu, 12 Dec 2002 04:06:13



hi,

hopefully someone could help me.  
i was wondering if i could turn off the "sendmail" daemon in the command mode??

thanks.

 
 
 

how do i turn off the "sendmail" daemon in the command mode???

Post by Bit Twiste » Thu, 12 Dec 2002 04:30:24



Quote:> i was wondering if i could turn off the "sendmail" daemon in the command mode??

man  chkconfig

 
 
 

how do i turn off the "sendmail" daemon in the command mode???

Post by David M. Sync » Mon, 16 Dec 2002 10:46:59



> hi,

> hopefully someone could help me.  
> i was wondering if i could turn off the "sendmail" daemon in the command mode??

> thanks.

Yes, you can. The syntax is "chkconfig --level # service on|off|restart
So if you wanted to turn off sendmail for both runlevels 3 and 5, you
would type the following "chkconfig --level 35 sendmail off". I believe
you have to logged on as root to do this.
 
 
 

how do i turn off the "sendmail" daemon in the command mode???

Post by Avedi » Mon, 16 Dec 2002 13:29:45


chkconfig will not stop the service that is currently running, it will
prevent it from starting on the next reboot.

to stop it now, "service sendmail stop"

~Av

On Sun, 15 Dec 2002 01:46:59 GMT, "David M. Synck"



>> hi,

>> hopefully someone could help me.  
>> i was wondering if i could turn off the "sendmail" daemon in the command mode??

>> thanks.

>Yes, you can. The syntax is "chkconfig --level # service on|off|restart
>So if you wanted to turn off sendmail for both runlevels 3 and 5, you
>would type the following "chkconfig --level 35 sendmail off". I believe
>you have to logged on as root to do this.

 
 
 

1. "hdc: multiple mode turned off" - What does this mean?

I recently installed a WD AC31600H hard drive and upgraded to RedHat
3.0.3 (kernel 1.2.13).  When I boot up, I see the following:


    Sat Feb 10 22:34:27 EST 1996
    Partition check:
      hda: hda1
      hdb: hdb1 hdb2 hdb3 hdb4 < hdb5 >
      hdc: multiple mode turned off
      hdc: hdc1 hdc2 hdc3 hdc4 < hdc5 hdc6 >

What does the message "multiple mode turned off" mean?  Does this mean
that multi-block transfers are disabled?  If so, why is that?  I have
my BIOS setting for multi-transfers set to "auto", and the disk is a
fairly recent model, so I assume it would support it.

Or is it saying the disk supports it, but not my motherboard's IDE
interface (note: it's not an EIDE interface).  If this is the case,
then why would my BIOS ( MicroFirmware M4GS25, which is custom made
for this motherboard) even have a setting for it?  Or is there
something else I need to set (the README.ide in the kernel source
didn't seem to say much about it other than it supports multiple block
mode).

Or is my ATAPI CD-ROM (which is a slave on the same interface (for
now)) messing it up?

Some additional info on my configuration:

    Gateway 4DX2-66V, MicroFirmware M4GS25 BIOS
    Primary IDE:
        Master: WDC AC2340 (340MB Caviar)
        Slave:  WDC AC2340 (340MB Caviar)
    Secondary IDE:
        Master: WDC AC31600H (1.6GB Caviar)
        Slave:  TOSHIBA CD-ROM XM-5302TA, ATAPI
    16 MB RAM
    Running RedHat 3.0.3 (kernel 1.2.13)

Thanks for any help.
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