[SR-Users] ERROR: PID file /var/run/kamailio.pid does not exist -- Kamailio start failed
aziz647 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 13:17:29 CEST 2018
thank u. I spotted the error. It was old definition database users and
their passwords in header files.
On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 8:42 PM, Henning Westerholt <hw at kamailio.org> wrote:
> Am Montag, 20. August 2018, 11:00:57 CEST schrieb Abdulaziz Alghosh:
> > i am at the final stages of emigrating from kamailio 3.0.3 to 5.1.0
> > including our own module. Unluckily, after writing the command " kamctl
> > start", the following error is popping up:
> > * PID file /var/run/kamailio.pid does not exist -- Kamailio start failed*
> > Thus, I used the command " kamailio -M 8 -E -e -dd " to get more
> > Info and the output is detailing the following:
> > 0(10334) ERROR: db_mysql [km_my_con.c:129]: db_mysql_new_connection():
> > driver error: Can't connect to MySQL server on '192.168.1.207' (4)
> > 0(10334) ERROR: <core> [db.c:318]: db_do_init2(): could not add
> > to the pool 0(10334) ERROR: ABDUL_functions [ABDUL_chk.c:1069]:
> > failed to connect database URL=mysql://ABDUL:ABDUL@192.168.1.207/ABDUL
> > 0(10334) ERROR: ABDUL_functions [ABDUL_functions_mod.c:296]: mod_init():
> > Module ABDUL_functions not correktly initialized, pid
> > 0(10334) ERROR: <core> [core/sr_module.c:991]: init_mod(): Error while
> > initializing module ABDUL_functions
> > (//lib64/kamailio/modules/ABDUL_functions.so)
> > Seemingly the error relates to old databases url ( "URL=mysql://
> > ABDUL:ABDUL at 192.168.1.207/ABDUL" ) inside an old Kamailio.cfg file from
> > 3.0.3 package which I put under another different directory. This old
> > Kamailio.cfg file #includes my own module, so he is exporting this url.
> > Consequently, my module is trying to connect again to this databases.
> > I do not know why both kamailio.cfg (new: /etc/kamailio/kamailio.cfg and
> > old one out of /etc/kamailio) are both seen for kamctl or
> > I know that my new url inside the new /etc/kamailio/kamailio.cfg is read
> > and connected but again not sure why my hidden old kamailio.cfg is still
> > being read as well.
> > the attached shows my init file for "SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11
> > (x86_64)" and my used kamailio *default *file under /etc/default.
> Hello Abdulaziz,
> Kamailio gets during compilation some default configuration path, which
> point to the old (wrong) location. Have a look to the 'kamailio -f' output
> see its default, you can also use the '-f' parameter to change this
> You get all parameters with 'kamailio -h'
> Then try again with the debugging method you choose above.
> Best regards,
> Henning Westerholt
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