Re: redhat-list Digest, Vol 84, Issue 5






@Mark,



I am well aware that this mailing list is purely for REDHAT, but you see there are system admins who work on both redhat and windows platform, so my question is fro them, and not for a egoist like you.Instead of suggesting unwanted things and wasting time mind your business. So please if you do not have answer to my question then please do not bother to use your figures on the keyboard. You first of all go to a nursery school, learn how to behave in the public forum... My request to admin, please remove this pathetic rude person from the mailing list.

Regards,
Amitesh Sahay







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Today's Topics:



1. Re: RHEL4 Sun Java Messaging Server deadlock (was:

redhat-list Digest, Vol 84, Issue 3) (???? ?????? (Imed Chihi))

2. error:- Web Server terminated while loading (amiteshsahay@xxxxxxx)

3. Re: error:- Web Server terminated while loading - remove from

list, please (m.roth@xxxxxxxxx)

4. Issue with SSH (Matty Sarro)

5. Re: Issue with SSH (Madan Thapa)

6. Re: Issue with SSH (m.roth@xxxxxxxxx)

7. Re: Issue with SSH (Matty Sarro)

8. Re: Issue with SSH (Madan Thapa)

9. adding a printer with system-config-printer (Martini, Dave)

10. Re: adding a printer with system-config-printer (Abhilash abhi)

11. How to add a perl script as a system startup daemon in redhat

(Abhilash abhi)

12. Re: How to add a perl script as a system startup daemon in

redhat (Kyle O'Donnell)

13. Re: How to add a perl script as a system startup daemon in

redhat (Carl T. Miller)





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Message: 1

Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 20:47:27 +0100

From: (Imed Chihi) ???? ?????? <imed.chihi@xxxxxxxxx>

To: redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx

Subject: Re: RHEL4 Sun Java Messaging Server deadlock (was:

redhat-list Digest, Vol 84, Issue 3)

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Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2011 13:14:02 -0500

From: John Dalbec <jpdalbec@xxxxxxx>

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Subject: Re: RHEL4 Sun Java Messaging Server deadlock

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On 1/6/2011 12:00 PM, redhat-list-request@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:

Message: 3

Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2011 22:37:29 +0100

From: (Imed Chihi) ???? ?????? ? ? ? ?<imed.chihi@xxxxxxxxx>

To:redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx

Subject: Re: RHEL4 Sun Java Messaging Server deadlock (was:

? ? ? redhat-list ? ? Digest, Vol 83, Issue 3)

?Date: Tue, 04 Jan 2011 12:46:47 -0500

?From: John Dalbec<jpdalbec@xxxxxxx>

?To:redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx

?Subject: Re: redhat-list Digest, Vol 83, Issue 2



?I got Alt+SysRq+t output, but it looks corrupted in /var/log/messages.

?I suspect that syslogd couldn't keep up with klogd and the ring buffer

?wrapped. ?The system is not starved for CPU, but then I have 24 cores.

?If 32-bit +> ?16GB is trouble then why does the kernel-hugemem package

?even exist? ?Or is that actually a 64-bit kernel?

The kernel-hugemem is a 32-bit-only kernel. ?When RHEL 4 was released

(around February 2005), 64-bit systems we not that ubiquitous. ?It

still made sense to use a 32-bit OS with the typical 8 GB servers.



The context has changed now, and Red Hat no longer support more than

16 GB on 32-bit platforms as of RHEL 5.



The output from Alt+SysRq+m should always fit in a kernel log buffer.

Try collecting that one to be certain that the issue is related to VM

management. ?However, I'd seriously suggest moving to RHEL 4 for

x86_64 as you should still be able to run your 32-bit application,

minus a whole class of VM hassles.



? -Imed



The SysRq-m output had some per-cpu stuff that I don't trust because

every core was reporting the same numbers. ?The system-wide information

follows. ?Under DMA it says "all_unreclaimable? yes" but there appears

to be plenty of free space. ?Do you see any problems?

Thanks,

John



Free pages: ? ?26020480kB (25984832kB HighMem)

Active:719264 inactive:873204 dirty:2982 writeback:0 unstable:0

free:6505120 slab:198687 mapped:367369 pagetables:6741

DMA free:12528kB min:32kB low:64kB high:96kB active:0kB inactive:0kB

present:16384kB pages_scanned:0 all_unreclaimable? yes

protections[]: 0 0 0

Normal free:23120kB min:7976kB low:15952kB high:23928kB active:443852kB

inactive:505268kB present:4014080kB pages_scanned:0 all_unreclaimable? no

protections[]: 0 0 0

HighMem free:25984832kB min:512kB low:1024kB high:1536kB

active:2433204kB inactive:2987548kB present:31621120kB pages_scanned:0

all_unreclaimable? no

protections[]: 0 0 0

DMA: 4*4kB 6*8kB 3*16kB 2*32kB 3*64kB 3*128kB 2*256kB 0*512kB 1*1024kB

1*2048kB 2*4096kB = 12528kB

Normal: 1982*4kB 867*8kB 22*16kB 7*32kB 4*64kB 2*128kB 2*256kB 1*512kB

2*1024kB 2*2048kB 0*4096kB = 23120kB

HighMem: 6*4kB 8975*8kB 22157*16kB 25695*32kB 44932*64kB 21426*128kB

9300*256kB 4706*512kB 3330*1024kB 1529*2048kB 1901*4096kB = 25984832kB

1293500 pagecache pages

Swap cache: add 0, delete 0, find 0/0, race 0+0

0 bounce buffer pages

Free swap: ? ? ? 16777208kB

8912896 pages of RAM

7864320 pages of HIGHMEM

597583 reserved pages

719482 pages shared

0 pages swap cached



all_unreclaimable is a flag which, when set, tells the virtual memory

daemons not to bother scanning pages in the zone in question in order

to try to free memory. Anyway, the DMA zone is insignificantly tiny

(16MB) that it cannot possibly have any effect in a 32GB machine.



By the way, there seems to be plenty of free HighMem memory, so the

problem cannot possibly be due to overcommit.



Based on the above, I could suggest two theories to explain what's happening:



1. you have a Normal zone starvation

Try to set vm.lower_zone_protection to something large enough like 100 MB:

sysctl -w vm.lower_zone_protection 100

If this theory is correct, then the setting should fix the issue.



2. you have a pagecache flushing storm

A huge size of dirty pages from the IO of large data sets would stall

the system while being sync'ed to disk. This typically occurs once

the pagecache size has grown to significant sizes. Mounting the

filesystem in sync mode (mount -oremount,sync /dev/device) would "fix"

the issue. However, synchronous IO is painfully slow, but the test

would at least tell where the problem is. If this turns out to be the

problem, then we could think of other less annoying options for a

bearable fix.



Good luck,



-Imed



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http://perso.hexabyte.tn/ichihi/







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Message: 2

Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 15:07:10 -0500 (EST)

From: amiteshsahay@xxxxxxx

To: redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx

Subject: error:- Web Server terminated while loading

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Dear Member,

Hello,



I am working with BMC providing support to its clients forthe product called

(PERFORMANCE MANAGER ? PATROL), it?s a server monitoringproduct. I am trying to

install a component of this product on WINDOWS SERVER2003 environment known as

(AGENT). I am new to windows way of installation. I amgetting an error :- ?Web

Server terminated whileloading?. Please anybody who is aware of this product,

and could help me outfrom this situation with explaining the logic behind it.



Thank you in advance.



Regards,

Amitesh Sahay







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Message: 3

Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 15:19:52 -0500

From: m.roth@xxxxxxxxx

To: "General Red Hat Linux discussion list" <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: Re: error:- Web Server terminated while loading - remove from

list, please

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amiteshsahay@xxxxxxx wrote:



Dear Member,

Hello,



I am working with BMC providing support to its clients forthe product

called (PERFORMANCE MANAGER ??? PATROL), it???s a server

monitoringproduct. I am trying to install a component of this product on

WINDOWS SERVER2003 environment known as (AGENT). I am new to windows way

of installation. I amgetting an error :- ???Web Server terminated

whileloading???. Please anybody who is aware of this product, and could

help me outfrom this situation with explaining the logic behind it.



Thank you in advance.



Regards,

Amitesh Sahay



First, *if* this is a real post, and not a forged email, you're obviously

not qualified for your job. *IF* you were qualified to actually be allowed

to touch a keyboard, you'd know THIS IS NOT A WINDOWS mailing list, and

has NOTHING AT ALL to do with windows.



Please quit your job, and either go back to school, or find one for which

you are qualified.



Will the list admin please remove this idiot from the mailing list?



mark







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Message: 4

Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 15:27:08 -0500

From: Matty Sarro <msarro@xxxxxxxxx>

To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: Issue with SSH

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We have two servers that synchronize between one another using SSH.

The user that the software uses for some reason isn't working. When

you ssh into the server using the user, you are prompted for a

password. When you enter the password, you get an authentication

failure. We have verified the password, and recreated it numerous

times. SSH still doesn't appear to be working. Anyone have any clues?



Here is whats in /var/log/secure:



Feb 4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30754]: pam_tally(sshd:auth): user

USERNAME (501) tally 14412, deny 5

Feb 4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Postponed keyboard-interactive

for USERNAME from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30754]: pam_unix(sshd:auth):

authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=

rhost=baschips01 user=USERNAME

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: error: PAM: Authentication

failure for USERNAME from baschips01

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30755]: pam_tally(sshd:auth): user

USERNAME (501) tally 14413, deny 5

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Postponed keyboard-interactive

for USERNAME from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30755]: pam_unix(sshd:auth):

authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=

rhost=baschips01 user=USERNAME

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: error: PAM: Authentication

failure for USERNAME from baschips01

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: Failed none for USERNAME from

10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: Failed password for USERNAME

from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Disconnecting: Too many

authentication failures for USERNAME







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Message: 5

Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 02:13:06 +0530

From: Madan Thapa <madan.feedback@xxxxxxxxx>

To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: Re: Issue with SSH

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what does the file /etc/pam.d/sshd look like?







On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 1:57 AM, Matty Sarro <msarro@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:



We have two servers that synchronize between one another using SSH.

The user that the software uses for some reason isn't working. When

you ssh into the server using the user, you are prompted for a

password. When you enter the password, you get an authentication

failure. We have verified the password, and recreated it numerous

times. SSH still doesn't appear to be working. Anyone have any clues?



Here is whats in /var/log/secure:



Feb 4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30754]: pam_tally(sshd:auth): user

USERNAME (501) tally 14412, deny 5

Feb 4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Postponed keyboard-interactive

for USERNAME from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30754]: pam_unix(sshd:auth):

authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=

rhost=baschips01 user=USERNAME

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: error: PAM: Authentication

failure for USERNAME from baschips01

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30755]: pam_tally(sshd:auth): user

USERNAME (501) tally 14413, deny 5

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Postponed keyboard-interactive

for USERNAME from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30755]: pam_unix(sshd:auth):

authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=

rhost=baschips01 user=USERNAME

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: error: PAM: Authentication

failure for USERNAME from baschips01

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: Failed none for USERNAME from

10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: Failed password for USERNAME

from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Disconnecting: Too many

authentication failures for USERNAME



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Message: 6

Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 15:50:08 -0500

From: m.roth@xxxxxxxxx

To: "General Red Hat Linux discussion list" <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: Re: Issue with SSH

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Matty Sarro wrote:

We have two servers that synchronize between one another using SSH.

The user that the software uses for some reason isn't working. When

you ssh into the server using the user, you are prompted for a

password. When you enter the password, you get an authentication

failure. We have verified the password, and recreated it numerous

times. SSH still doesn't appear to be working. Anyone have any clues?



First: did it ever work? If so, what are the permissions on ~<user>/.ssh?

Second: if not,

a) what does your system-auth look like?

b) what files are in system[12]:~<user>/.ssh?



mark







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Message: 7

Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 15:57:43 -0500

From: Matty Sarro <msarro@xxxxxxxxx>

To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: Re: Issue with SSH

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#%PAM-1.0

auth include system-auth

account required pam_nologin.so

account include system-auth

password include system-auth

session optional pam_keyinit.so force revoke

session include system-auth

session required pam_loginuid.so





I actually just disabled PAM in /etc/ssh/sshd_config and it appears to

be working now. Is not using PAM a security issue?









On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 3:43 PM, Madan Thapa <madan.feedback@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

what does the file ?/etc/pam.d/sshd ?look like?







On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 1:57 AM, Matty Sarro <msarro@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:



We have two servers that synchronize between one another using SSH.

The user that the software uses for some reason isn't working. When

you ssh into the server using the user, you are prompted for a

password. When you enter the password, you get an authentication

failure. We have verified the password, and recreated it numerous

times. SSH still doesn't appear to be working. Anyone have any clues?



Here is whats in /var/log/secure:



Feb ?4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30754]: pam_tally(sshd:auth): user

USERNAME (501) tally 14412, deny 5

Feb ?4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Postponed keyboard-interactive

for USERNAME from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb ?4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30754]: pam_unix(sshd:auth):

authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=

rhost=baschips01 ?user=USERNAME

Feb ?4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: error: PAM: Authentication

failure for USERNAME from baschips01

Feb ?4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30755]: pam_tally(sshd:auth): user

USERNAME (501) tally 14413, deny 5

Feb ?4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Postponed keyboard-interactive

for USERNAME from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb ?4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30755]: pam_unix(sshd:auth):

authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=

rhost=baschips01 ?user=USERNAME

Feb ?4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: error: PAM: Authentication

failure for USERNAME from baschips01

Feb ?4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: Failed none for USERNAME from

10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb ?4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: Failed password for USERNAME

from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb ?4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Disconnecting: Too many

authentication failures for USERNAME



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Message: 8

Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 02:42:17 +0530

From: Madan Thapa <madan.feedback@xxxxxxxxx>

To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: Re: Issue with SSH

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Try this command :





cd /etc/pam.d ; grep -lr pam_listfile . ( notice dot at the

end)









and see, if it lists any file that is using pam_listfile option.





if it is, paste the content of that file





























On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 2:27 AM, Matty Sarro <msarro@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:



#%PAM-1.0

auth include system-auth

account required pam_nologin.so

account include system-auth

password include system-auth

session optional pam_keyinit.so force revoke

session include system-auth

session required pam_loginuid.so





I actually just disabled PAM in /etc/ssh/sshd_config and it appears to

be working now. Is not using PAM a security issue?









On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 3:43 PM, Madan Thapa <madan.feedback@xxxxxxxxx>

wrote:

what does the file /etc/pam.d/sshd look like?







On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 1:57 AM, Matty Sarro <msarro@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:



We have two servers that synchronize between one another using SSH.

The user that the software uses for some reason isn't working. When

you ssh into the server using the user, you are prompted for a

password. When you enter the password, you get an authentication

failure. We have verified the password, and recreated it numerous

times. SSH still doesn't appear to be working. Anyone have any clues?



Here is whats in /var/log/secure:



Feb 4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30754]: pam_tally(sshd:auth): user

USERNAME (501) tally 14412, deny 5

Feb 4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Postponed keyboard-interactive

for USERNAME from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:10 basmanps01 sshd[30754]: pam_unix(sshd:auth):

authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=

rhost=baschips01 user=USERNAME

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: error: PAM: Authentication

failure for USERNAME from baschips01

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30755]: pam_tally(sshd:auth): user

USERNAME (501) tally 14413, deny 5

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Postponed keyboard-interactive

for USERNAME from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:11 basmanps01 sshd[30755]: pam_unix(sshd:auth):

authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=

rhost=baschips01 user=USERNAME

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: error: PAM: Authentication

failure for USERNAME from baschips01

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: Failed none for USERNAME from

10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30685]: Failed password for USERNAME

from 10.253.140.74 port 36951 ssh2

Feb 4 15:25:14 basmanps01 sshd[30686]: Disconnecting: Too many

authentication failures for USERNAME



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Message: 9

Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 14:51:59 -0800

From: "Martini, Dave" <martini1@xxxxxxxx>

To: "redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx" <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: adding a printer with system-config-printer

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I'm adding an HP laserjet printer that is on the IP network using

system-config-printer

And choosing ldp/lpr it asks for a hostname and a printername.

Since this printer is on the IP network and not connected to a host specifically

What information do I need to put into the hostname field?

Thanks.

Dave Martini

LLNL





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Message: 10

Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 12:11:53 +0530

From: Abhilash abhi <abhilashck72@xxxxxxxxx>

To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: Re: adding a printer with system-config-printer

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HI Dave,



Can you please clarify the request..Printer is not connected to any machine

in the network ? It should definitely have an IP associated with it..you can

give the hostname of the server printer is connected to and configure it as

ipp..





On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 4:21 AM, Martini, Dave <martini1@xxxxxxxx> wrote:



I'm adding an HP laserjet printer that is on the IP network using

system-config-printer

And choosing ldp/lpr it asks for a hostname and a printername.

Since this printer is on the IP network and not connected to a host

specifically

What information do I need to put into the hostname field?

Thanks.

Dave Martini

LLNL

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Message: 11

Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 21:24:51 +0530

From: Abhilash abhi <abhilashck72@xxxxxxxxx>

To: redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx

Subject: How to add a perl script as a system startup daemon in redhat

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Hello,



I have a perlscript. I want to run that script at system startup(as a

startup daemon) in redhat.

i have put that script in /etc/init.d and try adding that to chkconfig using

[root@localhost init.d]# chkconfig --add changehttpadress

service changehttpadress does not support chkconfig

but that wont work since its a perl script(not bash).



So how can i run that in system startup. Need to add any daemon modules in

the perl script so that chkconfig will detect that as a valid service ?



Any suggestions and solutions is highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.



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Message: 12

Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 11:07:11 -0500

From: "Kyle O'Donnell" <redhat@xxxxxxxxxxx>

To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: Re: How to add a perl script as a system startup daemon in

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use a shell script as a wrapper for the perl script?



On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 10:54 AM, Abhilash abhi <abhilashck72@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:



Hello,



I have a perlscript. I want to run that script at system startup(as a

startup daemon) in redhat.

i have put that script in /etc/init.d and try adding that to chkconfig

using

[root@localhost init.d]# chkconfig --add changehttpadress

service changehttpadress does not support chkconfig

but that wont work since its a perl script(not bash).



So how can i run that in system startup. Need to add any daemon modules in

the perl script so that chkconfig will detect that as a valid service ?



Any suggestions and solutions is highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.



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Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 11:21:18 -0500

From: "Carl T. Miller" <carl@xxxxxxxxxx>

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Subject: Re: How to add a perl script as a system startup daemon in

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Abhilash abhi wrote:

I have a perlscript. I want to run that script at system startup(as a

startup daemon) in redhat.

i have put that script in /etc/init.d and try adding that to chkconfig

using

[root@localhost init.d]# chkconfig --add changehttpadress

service changehttpadress does not support chkconfig





Do you have comments in the script that are similar to

these from atd? These are required to make chkconfig work.



# chkconfig: 345 95 5

# description: Runs commands scheduled by the at command at the time \

# specified when at was run, and runs batch commands when the load \

# average is low enough.

# processname: atd



Note that you also have to create a file in /var/lock/subsystem

if you want the service to stop gracefully at shutdown. For

example the atd script uses this: touch /var/lock/subsys/atd



I'll be interested to know if these two additions to a perl

script make it start and stop as expected.



c











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