Over the weekend, the VM went into Read-Only filesystem due to a lag in communication. I haven't been able to reproduce this issue, but I know I saw it myself when I first tried adding mongodb to a baseimage container. Eric Shubert Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: /tmp/cla... I think if yousimply remove it (or move it aside to /root/ perhaps) then you'll be fine.I DIDN'T have one when the errors started. http://crudlet.org/unable-to/supervise-fatal-unable-to-start.html
I tried running the script in both bash and csh, just in case it was a weird shell thing, but to no avail.I think I ctrl-c out of it last time Within /etc/inittab, the following line exists: > > SV:123456:respawn:/command/svscanboot slackware? You may need to find and remove a .lock or .pid file that tells the system that it is in use by another process share|improve this answer answered Jul 4 '14 Eric Shubert Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: /tmp/cla... http://qmailtoaster-list.qmailtoaster.narkive.com/TN5IXow5/supervise-fatal-unable-to-start-log-run-file-does-not-exist
Assume you start with tinydns. Is there any way to debug the issue, by making the service init program show its working directory? — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub #110 (comment) current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list.
Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. I probablyneed to have the clamav package remove some leftover stuff.First, verify that clamav is logging to /var/log/maillog. I haven't been having too much luck. Unable To Lock Supervise/lock: Temporary Failure Eric Shubert Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: /tmp/cla...
In hindsight it doesn't make sense because /bin/sh should always be there for #!/bin/sh (which is what my docker-mongodb example on mingfang's repository used) so it seems like it must have Unable To Start Run File Does Not Exist Over the weekend, the VM went into Read-Only filesystem due to a lag in communication. Does a byte contain 8 bits, or 9? I think if you simply remove it (or move it aside to /root/ perhaps) then you'll be fine.
Search for text in a file, then rename the file with that text What is a real-world metaphor for irrational numbers? "runsv Not Running" Logged davidcl Wizard Posts: 103 Karma: +0/-0 fatal: unable to start submit/run: file « Reply #2 on: March 10, 2004, 10:15:53 am » It looks like the current toaster setup is Theorems demoted back to conjectures In What Order Will These Fill? leighmcculloch added a commit to leighmcculloch/docker-unison that referenced this issue Jul 14, 2016 leighmcculloch
Here's what I have in mine (COS6 with new packages): [[email protected] ~]# ls -l /var/qmail/supervise/ total 20 drwx-----T 4 qmaill qmail 4096 Apr 7 10:24 clamd drwx-----T 4 qmaill qmail 4096 I hope to get to that this week. Sorry I haven't tested thelatest package better. I have a feeling that it is searching for the executables in the wrong folder, but I can't figure out why.
Diana Calder Re: [qmailtoaster] /tmp/clamd.socket is... Related 2xinetd won't start1Help setting up a secondary authoritative DNS server0Tinydns as secondary name server :: Working, but hacked :: What is the “proper” way0Power Mta Won't start1OSSEC won't start, Error: you're using a path for bin/apache.sh that starts with ./ Mine looks like: ADD . http://crudlet.org/unable-to/svc-warning-unable-to-control-var-qmail-supervise-send-supervise-not-running.html Assuming svscan > /service & is the correct way, the service is just not starting on bootup.
Why are Stormtroopers stationed outside the Death Star near the turbolaser batteries adjacent to Bay 327? Any help would be greatly appreciated. The system Dell PIII-700 with RH 9. Logged davidcl Wizard Posts: 103 Karma: +0/-0 fatal: unable to start submit/run: file « Reply #4 on: March 10, 2004, 11:07:55 am » I take it back.
http://cr.yp.to/daemontools/svscan.html > supervise: fatal: unable to start supervise/run: file does not exist > supervise: fatal: unable to start supervise/run: file does not exist > supervise: fatal: unable to start supervise/run: file It should go in a couple of minutes, I think it is just slow. I really don't want to have tobackup the database, rollback to an old snapshot, and restore thedatabase but I might have to. Assuming svscan /service & is the correct way, the service is just not starting on bootup.
Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. www.inter7.com 866.528.3530 toll free 847.492.0470 int'l 847.492.0632 fax GNUPG key ID: 93BDD6CE Index | Next | Previous | Print Thread | View Threaded Qmail users Interested in You might move it to /root/as a backup rather than simply deleting it. Bayes regression: how is it done in comparison to standard regression?
After doing so, I had errors fromsupervise. What is a real-world metaphor for irrational numbers? Finn Buhelt [qmailtoaster] Re: /tmp/clamd.socke... Running the init files through from dos2unix / http://www.virtualhelp.me/linux/164-dos2unix-missing-ubuntu-1004 resolved the issue for me after 4 hours of head banging...
do you see it? The package name is clamav.You have the latest version from .qt., but I'm curious as to how you gotthe testing version, if that repo is disabled (as it should be now So added shebang removed exec andrea-spoldi commented Nov 12, 2014 thanks mvdpoel, kinda sorted out "my" issue... I also checked an old snapshot of the Qmail server and it didn't have one either.
dancodes commented Jul 15, 2014 I could not! May be the ultimate end, but does get the job done. Finn Buhelt [qmailtoaster] Re: /tmp/clamd.s... I get a continuous stream of"supervise: fatal: unable to start log/run: file does not exist".clamd: up (pid 12127) 6 secondslog: up (pid 12138) 1 secondssend: up (pid 8239) 1037 secondssmtp: up