Re: Xinetd keeps stopping on server
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 09:33:56 -0700
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> We are having a very strange problem with xinetd (and dependant
> services such as telnet) stopping on a server. Luckily, most times we
> can ssh to the server and restart the service but this isn't always the
> We are running Red Hat 7.3 with kernel 2.4.24. The server is quite old
> (PIII 750MHz, 1 Gb memory) but doesn't seem to have any other problems.
> It's main purpose is as one of three servers which run sendmail and
> Squid proxy for us.
> Any ideas, anyone?
xinetd -d -filelog filename
will place debugging information in filename. Also make sure your
/etc/xinetd.conf is correctly edited; "man 5 xinetd.conf" will be helpful in
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