General :: Reboot The Server The Process Doesn't Start?
Mar 5, 2011
I need help adding a nohup command in this command line: su - rhx12 -c "/rhythx/rhythx/bin start /rhythx/rhyth" When I execute the script using root on the command line it works fine. But, when I reboot the server the process doesn't start. This script will go into the etc/init.d and rc2.d directory.
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su - rhx12 -c "/rhythx/rhythx/bin start /rhythx/rhythx"
I just installed Fedora 12 on my HP laptop. And everthing has gone smooth, and I decided to reboot my machine. And it rebooted and the Fedora Loading logo camep and after it finished, it went to a black screen with a "|" just flashing and it's stuck on that
I forced a quick restart with 'sudo shutdown -f now' and when logged back in gnome-panel doesn't start at all. I can right-click on the desktop & run terminal from there, so I'm running web browser from terminal. I tried 'sudo killall gnome-panel' & got 'no process found' I tried doing a full restart, still the same.
I tried running gnome-panel from the terminal.
'gnome-panel' gives me my panel after a 4 or 5 second delay. If I exit the terminal or Ctrl-C I lose the panel again.
'sudo gnome-panel' gives me what appears to be the panel for the root user.
I have one server with Jboss and Tomcat installed, I have to start these servers manually everytime I do reboot the server.How I could do to start Jboss and Tomcat automatically, when I do reboot the server?
I'm configuring a new Centos 5.5 server in replacement of an old W2K server.The topology of our network is simple : one file/dhcp/dns relay server and workstations (PC's and some MAC's) plus network printers and scanners.All the workstations have dynamic IP addresses (easier because a lot of 'dynamic' changes : new persons with their own laptop, ...) and the server and printers/scanners have fixed IP addresses.I edited the dhcpd.conf (see here underneath), I have the file dhcpd.leases but it doesn't start !
I installed Ubuntu in my PC alongside winXP. I downloaded the ISO and mounted it using a virtual image software (PowerISO used in winXP). I installed Ubuntu using wubi in a 20GB partition. During installation it asked me how much space should I give, I gave it 11gb. Everything went fine. I rebooted but now the computer hangs during startup. I went to verbose mode to see what the error is and found out that everything is ok. The last line that apears is "Setting sensors limit [OK]" and then nothing happens. I have tried every option (safe graphic mode/ demo mode etc etc) but the computer hangs.
We have three production websites running on RHEL 3 AS running tomcat 5. After a reboot last night Tomcat will not start and has the following in the catalina.out log:
Mar 20, 2011 4:09:31 PM org.apache.commons.digester.Digester startElement SEVERE: Begin event threw error java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/naming/resources/ProxyDirContext at java.lang.Class.getDeclaredConstructors0(Native Method) at java.lang.Class.privateGetDeclaredConstructors(Class.java:2389) at java.lang.Class.getConstructor0(Class.java:2699) at java.lang.Class.newInstance0(Class.java:326) at java.lang.Class.newInstance(Class.java:308) .....
I have spoken with our Java Developers and they seem to think it is something up between httpd and tomcat at an OS level. Since Tomcat is not starting and giving an error that it is all ready running, I think you have a stale lock file. Look for the file /var/run/tomcat5.pid and cat or less it to see what the PID number is. If it matches the error, then delete the file and try to start Tomcat again. It should start this time.
Most common problem with Tomcat5. Try following : 1) Search PID in /tmp, if found delete it or else stop your tomcat. 2) Undeploy your application 3) Check out this link [URL] to know what causing tomcat to generate this error.
If none of them work then check your application configuration settings. [URL]. When I do start tomcat it appears to start:
[root@RPSI-2 san00]# service tomcat5 start Starting tomcat5: Using CATALINA_BASE: /usr/share/tomcat5 Using CATALINA_HOME: /usr/share/tomcat5 Using CATALINA_TMPDIR: /usr/share/tomcat5/temp Using JAVA_HOME: /usr/java/jdk1.6.0 [root@RPSI-2 san00]#
But then I try to find if it is running via ps -ef | grep tomcat5, I only receive my query. I perform the same query on Java and it also only returns my query.
Few days ago we had a server maintenance. The system was shutdown, we fix the CPU fan, and start the system again. But somehow when the system starts, our IMAP server - dovecot is not running. It just sit like a rock. Because the machine had a CPanel/WHM, I tried to restart dovecot using cpanel and got a message:
That was not really useful....
When I tried to restart dovecot using command line, I got nothing. really nothing.
How to find out what happens to my IMAP/dovecot? And anyway to make it run again?
I have installed FreeRadius to a Debian Linux server.I have configured an account called Support to run the Radius as I didn't want Root to be the user to run this.I want Radius to start up automatically after the system is rebooted but I don't know how to do this. I am new to Linux so please bare with me. If the system is rebooted, is it possible for the Support account to be logged in automatically? Is there a script I can create to automatically login the Support account? This may not be secure but it has been requested. Also the main question is after a reboot can the Radius be configured to automatically start without the need for someone to login? So if the system is rebooted and then goes back to login prompt, can the Radius then be running?
I have had a good search about scripts but with my limited knowledge it isn't too easy.
After reading it also said something about using rc.radiusd which will automatically start Radius after a reboot, but again I cannot understand exactly what I need to do.Please can someone help out with this and let me know if I am on the right track? Will the start-my-radius.sh script work after the system is rebooted without someone actually login and how do I get it to work?Please explain clearly as this is all a bit technical for my liking and not understanding it well!
Ok so I followed the instructions here [url] and this works great for the install however if the machine is rebooted the VMWare server refuses to start back up stating that it knows that its installed but it was not installed with the right installer.
This is on a Dell Server I can't remember the model right now but its got Dual PIII in it. I'm running Ubuntu Server 32bit 10.10 on the box as well. Thank you in advance for your assistance with this. Once I get this first server figured out I'll get my other one fired back up.
This causes Tomcat to be run as myuser, which is expected. However after issuing the reboot command the system starts up and root is now the owner of this process. How can I force the process to be started off as myuser on reboot?
Running close to a go live date of 11/10/10 and need to have this fixed. DBA is pointing to the OS which is RedHat Enterprise Release 5.3. with Oracle RAC 10G
Oracle works fine it just won�t start up automatically after a reboot. After a reboot a person with root access has to increase the number of semaphores and then oracle will start and function. The next time the machine is bounced the same issue will arise and the semaphores need to be increased again by hand. Every time the machine is bounces the semaphores need to be increased by hand. This is not normal for a Unix machine. Semaphores are not part of the oracle install, it is a kernel parameter on Unix machines. Eventually after several reboots the semaphore parameter will be too high for the box to function. Once the semaphores have hit their peak, we reset them back to the original value and the whole process starts over again. This is a Unix build issue that has only surfaced on the production machines. The DAS development machines have the exact same oracle build and do not have this issue.
I have installed FreeRadius to a Debian Linux server.
I have configured an account called Support to run the Radius as I didnt want Root to be the user to run this.
I want Radius to start up automatically after the system is rebooted but I don�t know how to do this. I am new to Linux so please bare with me. If the system is rebooted, is it possible for the Support account to be logged in automatically? Is there a script I can create to automatically login the Support account? This may not be secure but it has been requested. Also the main question is after a reboot can the Radius be configured to automatically start without the need for someone to login? So if the system is rebooted and then goes back to login prompt, can the Radius then be running?
I have had a good search about scripts but with my limited knowledge it isnt too easy.
So far Ive read it says to create a script in /etc/init.d which Ive done and named start-my-radius.sh I think Ive made It execuatable by chmod 777, if thats right?
The script looks like this:
But I dont know if thats even right? The radiusd is located in the /usr/local/sbin/ and the radacct and radius.log is located in / usr/local/var/log/radius
Some stuff I have read says it needs to link into /etc/rc.d but there isnt a rc.d directory, I have other rc directories which are rc1.d rc6.d.
After reading it also said something about using rc.radiusd which will automatically start Radius after a reboot, but again I cannot understand exactly what I need to do.
Let me know if I am on the right track? Will the start-my-radius.sh script work after the system is rebooted without someone actually login and how do I get it to work?
I'm trying to move a mysql 5.1.50-community InnoDB database from one location to another.When starting the service I get:Starting MySQL.Manager of pid-file quit without updating file [FAILED]I've searched for a way to do this but I can only find people who describe what I've just done.
I want to start process automatically For Ex:- To start snort it need the root user, So here I need a script which will start snort automatically without asking the root user or password.So that I can start snort from anywhere as same as root
I m trying to use static ip address on debian. I followed a tutorial and I modified the /etc/networking/interfaces but every time I reboot I can't do anything because the nm-applet says that I have select a manually connection..
Since upgrading from Wheezy to Jessie I have not been able to start the MySQL-server. When I do a "systemctl start mysql" I get the following answer on the console:
Job for mysql.service failed. See 'systemctl status mysql.service' and 'journalctl -xn' for details. Entering 'systemctl status mysql.service' the answer is: ● mysql.service - LSB: Start and stop the mysql database server daemon Loaded: loaded (/etc/init.d/mysql) Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Don 2015-06-18 18:35:41 CEST; 4min 1s ago Process: 11272 ExecStart=/etc/init.d/mysql start (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE)
syslog and hostname.err don't show any pertinent messages.
Recently i upgraded my laptop from ubuntu 9.10 to 10.04 but alas! after the upgrade i don't get anything, just the 10.04 boot up screen and my cursor after some time. when i run it in recovery mode and tried to startx from there , it gave me a message " no protocol defined " now i can only access my system in failsafe x mod. code...
I'm trying to find how to schedule a process to start at a specific time (not on start up). How would I schedule a process/application to start at a specific time (if it matters, it will be a background process). For instance, have process abc start every weekday at 5am. I've done this for windows many times though have only been using linux regularly for a few months and haven't figured out the best way of doing this.
So far the best solution I have is to create a program that will start on boot and have it check the time and sleep until the required time and then start the required process(es) at the required time(s). But this seems more of a hack since I'd expect there to be a proper way of doing this.
I used init 0 to make server shutdown,and replaced the power cord when I boot the server,it can't enter the GUI then I used init 5 and get the following message
Could not start the X server (your graphical environment)due to some internal error. contact your system administrator or check your syslog to diagnose. In the meantime this display will be disabled. Please restart GDM when the problem is corrected.
I am running Debian Squeeze with icewm as desktop environment. I am trying to start feh automatically when the desktop finishes loading. I have tried crontab -e with @reboot /usr/bin/feh /home/user/photos/ & I think that the best way to do this would be to monitor for the x-session-manag process. The reason I think this would be a good solution is that I killed x-session-manag and it killed my x-session and straight to command line interface.