So I've never had to create a boot job that didn't suit the defaults but today I did. And it took ages to figure out the `right` way to do it. Mostly because I was not correctly removing the previous entry. Refresher. Create a boot job with the defaults
$ sudo update-rc.d bloodbath defaults Ok. It's not clear that to remove the defaults in order to add different ones. Here is the silver bullet.
$ sudo update-rc.d -f bloodbath remove And to add them back starting toward the end of boot (90) and stopping towards the end of shutdown (10).
$ sudo update-rc.d bloodbath defaults 90 10