Is it doable to get a clean reboot from in an init script?
My init script may change other init scripts, including the numbered S/K script symlinks typically found in
/etc/rcN.d in many Linux distros. The script will be coded to know what and where. This will run in an AWS EC2 instance from a custom AMI, so my script will be there at first boot and other init scripts can be already have been made inactive, by having only K links or no links at all...
So there is no need to bring other apps back down, the objective is to load a unique new
/etc with its particular init scripts and have it all run and startup as changed.