I am planning to take the LPI exam, and need to know how SysV works. As far as I can tell, a real SysV system is described here:
and a Debian SysV-like system is described here:
According to the links, one big difference between the two appears to be that when switching runlevels:
SysV: Runs all kill scripts from the previous runlevel, and then runs all start scripts from the new runlevel
SysV-like (Debian): Runs all kill scripts from the new runlevel, and then runs all start scripts from the new runlevel
Is this accurate, or have I misunderstood something? When the LPI website mentions that SysV is on the exam, would they be talking about the real SysV, or the commonly used implementation - Debian's SysV-like system?