[OpenIndiana-discuss] reboot/shutdown commands (Was: Re: OI boot problem)
Toomas.Soome at mls.ee
Mon Mar 28 15:58:59 UTC 2011
On 28.03.2011, at 18:51, Guido Berhoerster wrote:
> I don't see what's progressive about the BSD and Linux shutdown
> implementations, they just have different commandline options and
> little more useful functionality (ie. message and more flexible
> Solaris /usr/sbin/shutdown is itself a shellscript wrapping
> around init. Commandline options between BSD and Linux differ
> and most of them (except -r, -h, time and message) seem pretty
> much useless anyway.
> Manpages are at
> Code at
i think you need to add --help and --do-really-fast-boot and --be-quiet-and-just-fucking-halt as well.
ah, and stuff like "-x (this option is now outdated and will be removed in future)" and "-z (this option was removed, use -x instead)"
maybe you should consider fixing those broken gnu tools before breaking solaris any more?
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