søndag 23 januar 2005, 18:04, skrev Steffen Joeris:
> Good evening
> Does anybody know why a bash-script which will be executed during the
> boot proccess can't start the nbd-server?
> The bash script works and i also tested it with the inittab, but no
> My lts.conf entry is:
> SERVER = 192.168.0.254
> XSERVER = auto
> X_MOUSE_PROTOCOL = "Auto"
> X_MOUSE_DEVICE = "/dev/ttyS1"
> X_MOUSE_BUTTONS = 3
> USE_XFS = Y
> XkbLayout = de
> SEARCH_DOMAIN = intern
> USE_NFS_SWAP = Y
> SWAPFILE_SIZE = 32m
> LOCAL_APPS = N
> RUNLEVEL = 3
> RCFILE_01 = nbd
> The script is executed and the syntax is right, but the nbd-server
> doesn't start.
> After the boot process the nbd-server can be started with the script
> manually and then it works, but that's no solution.
> Can anybody give me an advice?
You have already started the client in run level 3. Try executing the script
from the prompt at the client and see if it gives any error messages. Iff it
does not, then try adding debugging in the script, e.g. set +x.
You could also try starting the server manually and see if that produces any
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