Latest Ubuntu releases don't use /etc/inittab anymore . There's a good chance your services > started by daemontools won't work properly, since things like DNS, > routes, even local filesystems might not be there since all the init > haldaemon wasn't starting (and I had already found that) and httpd wasn't starting. Linux PPC Other UNIX-Based Hardware Trading JustLinux Help File Library Audio Hardware Configuration Hardware Installation Networks Programming Software X Window Events JL Talkback JL Ideas Feedback Forum Suggestions Post Your Forum have a peek at this web-site
Join our community today! You haven't modified the inittab order recently, have you? > env - PATH=$PATH svscan /service My next recommendation was going to be to strace svscan, but if you're not getting the This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Not if svscan terminated - an EOF on the pipe would cause readproctitle to terminate as well. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-server-73/svc-warning-unable-to-control-service-qmail-smtpd-file-does-not-exist-948161/
The process list will show the >> existence of /etc/init.d/rc (or equivalent) if this is happening to >> you. > That works. Although I had seen that, as well, I mistakenly thought it meant that _nothing_ was starting. Is there a daemontools list I should be asking this on?
i have itlrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 31 Jul 18 15:41 qmail-send -> /var/qmail/supervise/qmail-sendlrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 32 Jul 18 15:42 qmail-smtpd -> /var/qmail/supervise/qmail-smtpd mangueJOE Smack-Fu Master, in training Tribus: Brazil Registered: You might even want to run that as "/command/svscan /service" to ensure that paths aren't an issue (and then check the paths used in the svscanboot script). > qmailctl stat showed The process list will show the > existence of /etc/init.d/rc (or equivalent) if this is happening to > you. > That works. Supervise Not Running Linux Larry kitchen at scriptkitchen Mar31,2007,5:00PM Post #3 of 5 (11509 views) Permalink Re: svc: warning: unable to control .: file does not exist [In reply to] Larry Weldon wrote: > /var/qmail/supervise/qmail-send/log/supervise > >
Something is amiss. -- Regards, Daryl Tester "I'm beginning to wonder about Cap'n Snooze's military credentials." Larry Weldon-4 Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Svc Warning Unable To Control File Does Not Exist So now the machine starts OK but I have to figure out what's wrong with some hardware and with apache (et al). If your rc script (not the stuff in /etc/rc?.d but /etc/init.d/rc or whatever your system uses to actually run those scripts) doesn't complete, then init will never get to your svscanboot http://www.textndata.com/forums/problems-when-starting-qmail-57863.html Anyway, daemontools provides the init script "svscan" that is used to take care of stopping and starting the qmail related processes.
Louis Posts 78 nevermind. Qmail-send Supervise Not Running My qmailctl script is the same as the one on http://www.lifewithqmail.org/qmailctl-script-dt70. daemontools essentailly manages qmail services and ucspi-tcp takes care of TCP connections (somewhat simplified). If you're still inclined, have a read of
Ask Questions for Free! Thanks, I'll see about that. Svc: Warning: Unable To Control Supervise Not Running Louis Posts 78 problem setting up Qmail I follow step-by-step on the lifewithqmail.org website to setup qmail on my RH8 server at home. Supervise: Fatal: Unable To Start Supervise/run: File Does Not Exist Meet a few of the people behind the quality services of Concerto.
Sl 0:00 /sbin/prcsys S /etc/rc5.d/ 3227 ? Check This Out Larry > > Take care, > > -- > Stefaan A Eeckels Daryl Tester-3 Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. mangueJOE Smack-Fu Master, in training Tribus: Brazil Registered: Oct 12, 2001Posts: 79 Posted: Fri Jul 19, 2002 8:17 am How do I uninstall the crap I did on my system? Restart Svscan
Then reboot. You can get some more info here http://www.din.or.jp/~ushijima/qmail-conf/smtp.html (thiese appear to be generic instructions, but I have not used this) and here http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/qmail-howto.xml(gentoo specific but good info nonetheless) Post more info And svscanboot not running either? Source Main Menu LQ Calendar LQ Rules LQ Sitemap Site FAQ View New Posts View Latest Posts Zero Reply Threads LQ Wiki Most Wanted Jeremy's Blog Report LQ Bug Syndicate Latest
I put the results at the bottom of this email... [snip] > I'd expect init to record something to wherever init records logs these > days (possibly "process spawning too rapidly") Daemontools Svscan concatenate has nailed it. -- Regards, Daryl Tester Larry Weldon-4 Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community.
PATH=/command:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/X11R6/bin exec > /tmp/svscanboot.log 2>&1 set -x echo `date` starting #exec >/dev/null #exec 2>/dev/null /command/svc -dx /service/* /service/*/log env - PATH=$PATH svscan /service #env - PATH=$PATH readproctitle service errors: The time now is 12:10 PM. Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Daemon Tools Supervise All rights reserved.
Iíve found a problem with the command [[email protected] service]# qmailctl stop Stopping qmail... Iím trying to install & configure qmailrocks on CentOS6. Thanks for the help. http://brrian.net/unable-to/unable-to-create-web-installer-control.html S 0:00 sh -c /etc/rc5.d//S92httpd start > /tmp/init.BiXRq3 2>&1 4731 ?
See if rc.local or > >> something like that never completes. Results 1 to 4 of 4 Thread: problem setting up Qmail Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode In fact I was thus pointed in a new direction. Do not edit!
Take care, -- Stefaan A Eeckels -- So much of what we call management consists of making it difficult for people to work. -- Peter Drucker Larry Weldon-4 Reply How do I proceed to find out why svscanboot is not starting or > > starting but terminating? > > The "readproctitle" line (in the output from "ps -ef") should give That works but it doesn't show anything which was not already detailed in my first post. So when you ran "svscanboot &" from the command line, readproctitle was not running at all?
It won't described "modern improvements" like haldaemon, but the concepts are sound. -- Regards, Daryl Tester 12 « Return to cr.yp.to - dns | 1 view|%1 views Loading... Don't forget that init reads the inittab top to bottom. I put it right after; > > id:5:initdefault: > > OK, that's weird, because svscanboot was being at least initially > started by init (you have a debug log to prove My sticking point is this...
raihanan Ars Praefectus Registered: Apr 10, 1999Posts: 4381 Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2002 8:28 pm Or do a "ps aux | grep qmail" and show us the output. The log only ever had an entry when it was run manually as: > svscanboot & Ah, I wasn't aware that you had done that - in which case it makes I'm extremely impressed with what I've seen thus far of both products and am anxious to learn and begin using both. for better help. 0 LVL 9 Overall: Level 9 Message Author Comment by:rshooper76 ID: 174318452006-08-31 I redid the setup with instructions from www.qmailrocks.organd I think I got it up an
kahafil View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by kahafil Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Advanced Problems when starting qmail - Qmail Setup / Troubleshooting Hi. Software problem setting up Qmail If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. I put it right after; > id:5:initdefault: OK, that's weird, because svscanboot was being at least initially started by init (you have a debug log to prove this), yet it appears
The process list will show the > existence of /etc/init.d/rc (or equivalent) if this is happening to > you.