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Verbose output from Daemons on startup

From: Nathan D'elboux <nafe27_at_nospam>
Date: Mon Oct 31 2011 - 03:43:38 GMT
To: <users@lists.fedoraproject.org>

Hi All,
I have built a new Linux box recently, have been using Fedora for years so decided to stick with it and put Fedora 15 on it
I am familiar with strace and redirecting STOUT and STDERR for debugging apps on the CLI but what i am unfamiliar with is on bootup
When the list of daemons begin to start up and eventually gets the [OK] message i have 1 daemon that will hang
So my question is, is there some way whether it be by Console port or rescue disk can i get a verbose output of what the daemon is doing when attempting to boot up so i can verify what part exactly it is failing at?
I want to possibly pipe all STOUT to another box via console or just on local screen but i want a verbose output so i can see more detail of what the kernel is doing on bootup behind the scenes
I tried explaining it as well as i could so i apologize if some people get confused. I can post any other details needed if need be like Specs etc
Thanks guys

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