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File apache2.xml of Package Apache2

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!--
 Copyright (c) 2006 Novell, Inc.  All rights reserved.
	
This file should be placed in /etc/omc/svcinfo.d
It should be named <service name>.xml. The reason for the naming scheme,
is that other services can refer to this service in their dependency list using
the file name minus the '.xml' extension.

Note: The name of the service is the name of this file without the .xml
file extension.
 -->

<serviceDescription version="1.0">

	<!-- Caption for display purposes -->
	<caption>Apache Web Server</caption>

	<!-- Description of this service -->
	<description>
		Apache is an open source web server that runs on most commonly used 
		platforms. Apache has a modular design that provide a variety of 
		services such as server-side scripting.
	</description>

	<!--
		The startCommand tag specifies the command line that will be
		invoked to start the service. The return code from this command
		must be as follows:
			0 - success
			1 - generic or unspecified error
			2 - invalid or excess argument(s)
			3 - unimplemented feature (e.g. "reload")
			4 - user had insufficient privileges
			5 - program is not installed
			6 - program is not configured
			7 - program is not running
	-->
	<startCommand>/usr/sbin/rcapache2 start</startCommand>

	<!--
		The reStartCommand tag specifies the command line that will be
		invoked to restart the service. The return code from this command
		must be as specified in the startCommand tag.
	-->
	<reStartCommand>/usr/sbin/rcapache2 restart</reStartCommand>

	<!--
		The stopCommand tag specifies the command line that will be
		invoked to stop the service. The return code from this command
		must be as specified in the startCommand tag.
	-->
	<stopCommand>/usr/sbin/rcapache2 stop</stopCommand>

	<!--
		The statusCommand specifies the command line that can be run
		that will report on the status of the service. The return code
		from this command line should be as follows:
			0 - service up and running
			1 - service dead, but /var/run/  pid  file exists
			2 - service dead, but /var/lock/ lock file exists
			3 - service not running (unused)
			4 - service status unknown :-(
	-->
	<statusCommand>/usr/sbin/rcapache2 status</statusCommand>

	<!--
		The processInformation tag allows the XML Service provider to
		identify the processes that belong to the service. This allows
		the ServiceProcess associations to be instrumented.
		If the process_information tag is not specifed, the will be no
		ServiceProcess association for the service.
	-->

	<!-- Following is an example of an Apache process -->
	<processInformation>
		<name>httpd2-worker</name>
		<modulePath>/usr/sbin/httpd2-worker</modulePath>
		<parameter>-f</parameter>
		<parameter>/etc/apache2/httpd.conf</parameter>
	</processInformation>

	<!--
		Define the services that this service has a dependency on.
		There must be a corresponding Service Description XML file
		for the antecedent service in the /etc/omc/svcinfo.d directory.
	-->
	<dependsOn>
		<serviceName>network</serviceName>
		<serviceName>named</serviceName>
	</dependsOn>
</serviceDescription>