Having some trouble getting integrity to shutdown on a system reboot. As far as I can tell, everything is installed properly. I can start and stop the service manually doing: service mksis stop or start, there's a symlink to it in the rc6.d folder, (ran chkconfig --add) but it still doesn't stop on a reboot. it may not be that big of a deal, but flex complains on the license server (different vm) that the license limit is already reached because it hasn't timed out yet. I know a little about linux - mostly ubuntu.
As a test, I stuck the stop line (service mksis stop) in the rc script: S01reboot. this caused the service to attempt to stop, but it doesn't appear to succeed. This is evidenced by the console showing that its "stopping", but the log file never shows a shutdown, just the subsequent startup at boot.
I'm wondering if maybe it needs to run before everything else starts shutting down, like a dependent service is getting turned off before it can do what it needs to do?
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Oh, I agree! I just don't have an answer for you, and if it was urgent, I didn't want you to wait for me to get you one. I took a quick look, but nothing obvious came up, and I wasn't able to reproduce the issue quickly.