[SM-Users] newly installed daemons don't start

Chris Dombroski cdombroski at gambit.gotdns.org
Tue Sep 14 21:37:20 EDT 2004


IIRC, proftpd has to be told to be a stand alone server (no (x)inetd) to work 
properly outside of xinetd.

On Tuesday 14 September 2004 19:14, Pierre Abbat wrote:
> On Tuesday 14 September 2004 18:02, Andrew wrote:
> > What output did you get?  Have you checked the logs? Maybe theres a
> > configuration issue and it doesnt work out of the box.
> >
> > You shouldn't need to add it to facilities. Just make sure the init
> > script is executable (if you want it to start on bootup).
>
> I get no output whatsoever. Here's a session:
>
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd status
> proftpd: /usr/sbin/proftpd is not running
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd start
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd status
> proftpd: /usr/sbin/proftpd is not running
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd stop
> proftpd: Stopping proftpd...
> proftpd: success
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# proftpd
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd status
> proftpd: is running with Process ID(s) 10959
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd start
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd status
> proftpd: is running with Process ID(s) 10959
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd stop
> proftpd: Stopping proftpd...
> proftpd: success
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd status
> proftpd: /usr/sbin/proftpd is not running
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d# telinit run proftpd start
> root at blackcat:/etc/init.d#
>
> I get the same problem with apache, postfix (which I haven't recast yet),
> and sshd. All of these I can start directly or with the old script.
>
> phma
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