[lug] SIGTERM on boot
zulaware at comcast.net
Wed May 12 15:58:05 MDT 2004
HA HA! Some joker had set the default run level at 5 and I was expecting
it to be 3, since there is never a console attached to this machine. The
only reason I found out is because some file transfers had filled up the
root directory, so a bunch of X errors started showing up in the log. I
apparently never closely correlated the timing of the log entries, as
the SIGTERMs I was seeing were from the shutdown process. Duh.
Hugh Brown wrote:
>On Fri, 2004-05-07 at 13:14, Zulaware wrote:
>>I'm trying to get a RH7.3 box to start up three instances of tomcat and
>>apache on boot up. I've done this on several machines already, but on
>>this particular one, all four processes seem to start up, then get a
>>SIGTERM (according to apache/tomcat logs) and shut down. If I start them
>>by running the /etc/rc3.d/ scripts, they all start up fine and persist,
>>but when I reboot, there is nothing.
>>Any ideas what would be terminating these or how I can track it down?
>>There is nothing in /var/log/messages. Everything that seems pertinent
>>in the root environment look OK
>In addition to the logger statements, I've always add 5-10 second sleeps
>in the tomcat start up scripts so that things are truly started by the
>time they run. You can also do a search for debug= in the server.xml
>and up the debugging output to see if you get any more useful
>I'd also make sure that all instances of tomcat are listening on
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