[Serusers] starting and stopping ser
ashutoshk at chetu.com
Tue Aug 9 17:05:30 CEST 2005
In my case also, using serctl stop, gave the error pid file cannot
be found....blah blah". And killing all running ser forked processes one by
one is cumbersome.
So the method I m using for the time being till I get a nice solutions is
use the command killall /usr/local/sbin/ser , i.e the killall command is
followed by the prog name along with the full path or the prog name only,
depending upon where in the filesys you are standing right now.
I also found the following commands to be usful when viewing running ser
-ps -auxmchf | grep ser
-pstree -Gpn | grep ser : shows ser heirachy wise, (father and sons)
From: serusers-bounces at iptel.org [mailto:serusers-bounces at lists.iptel.org] On
Behalf Of Hemant Patel (IP)
Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2005 8:23 PM
To: serusers at lists.iptel.org
Subject: [Serusers] starting and stopping ser
Hi List ,
This is my first install and use of ser so please bear with me.
I've installed ser 0.9.3 ( Linux i386 ) binary.
Started and stopped ser with the default ser.cfg - fine.
Amended ser.cfg to load mysql.so auth and auth_db modules as per standard
Mysql version is 4.0.18.
I used 'mysql_sh' script to create default ser database and ser , serro
users in mysql with default password.
Checked that 'admin' user also setup on ser database with default password.
Have set debug level 7 in ser.cfg to follow what goes on.
Logged in as normal user and then su as root
So here goes..
ser start - this seems to be ok.
ser stop - seems to report ser has stopped
ser start - connection to 127.0.0.1 already in use message ( ???)
So am I starting and stopping ser incorrectly ?
What's the best way to start and stop ser - in a development environment ?
Any pointers gratefully received.
hpatel at ipwise.com
(+44) 0208 2409433
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