[Serusers] restarting ser

Mario Kolberg mko at cs.stir.ac.uk
Mon Jul 7 13:57:10 CEST 2003


I have a problem with ser 0.8.11pre36 (i386/linux) which is the stable 
version downloaded from cvs: Often when I start it, it pretends to be ok 
(log file says Listing on ....) but in fact all ser processes are dead. 
I need to start it a few times usually, to get it running. Once it is 
running and I try to shut it down it writes a lot (thousands!) of error 
messages into the log file. Messages in the log seem to be repeated. 
This also occurs if no single message has been sent to it.

I attach the config file I'm using and a short extract from the log file.

Any ideas appreciated! (I did not have this problem with ser version 
0.8.11pre26 which I used before.)


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