[Dxspider-support] Spider won't start
Luigi - IK5ZUK
ik5zuk at tiscali.it
Sat May 12 21:38:18 CEST 2007
thank you very much for your mails.
I can confirm, once again, that spider was started into the inittab
file; at the moment, on that file, the spider call is commented out.
I would like to remember that spider, on that machine, was working
very good; after a system restart, without any system upgrade (hardware
and software) or changes, and without (of course) any spider update...
I don't know what's happened during that reboot! :((
73's de Luigi, ik5zuk
>Da: djk at tobit.co.uk
>Data: 12/05/2007 10.15
>A: "Luigi - IK5ZUK"<ik5zuk at tiscali.it>, "The DXSpider Support list"
<dxspider-support at dxcluster.org>
>Ogg: Re: [Dxspider-support] Spider won't start
>Luigi - IK5ZUK wrote:
>> Hello Ian,
>> thank you for your help !
>> I've tryed what you suggested me, and this time spider seems to
>> correctly, but there is no way to connect to the node (neither via
>> telnet or via the client program)...
>> Dirk, are you on ?!? Please, could you tell me something about ?!?
>> 73's and TKS,
>> de Luigi IK5ZUK
>>> Comment out the line in innitab to restart the cluster and run
>> telinit q
>>> or reboot.
>>> try and start the cluster manually by going to /spider/perl and
>>> What happens now?
>All these suggestions are ones that I would have made. You need to
>out where cluster.pl is being started from.
>Places to look (after rebooting) include:
>* check /etc/inittab again to see that it really is commented out or
>"respawn" changed to "off".
>* check /etc/rc*.d to see that there are no things starting it up.
> grep cluster /etc/rc*.d/*
>is one way of doing that.
>* if that fails try:-
> grep -r cluster /etc
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