Whenever I reboot the server Snort says OK, but when I go to services it shows that is is dead... subsys loked... and so on.
Now, I know what the problem is. It is the fact that Snort is starting first and MySql is starting 3 or 4 processes after. I know this because when I read /var/log/messages it states that Snort cannot log into MySql (because it didn't start in time).
My question is, how can I get MySql to start before Snort? Will it affect anything by changing the startup order?
Thanks in advance