Re: [SLE] 9.3 resmgr fails on boot - what to check?

From: Carlos E. R. (
Date: 07/10/05

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    The Thursday 2005-07-07 at 11:48 -0500, david rankin wrote:

    > Fresh 9.3 install. resmgr fails on boot. What should I check? I have
    > checked 'resmgr status' and it says it is *running* so why the failed message
    > during boot?

    Sometimes SuSE has the nasty habit of reporting a service as failed when
    it is not so (the service in question may vary from boot to boot). I guess
    it is a timeout of some sort.

    Just type "service_whatever status", and if running, it is running. You
    can have a look at /var/log/boot.msg to verify if something failed.

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           Carlos Robinson
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