Re: LDM Startup error, any suggestions?

Just restart it from the command line as root. You can put a check to see
if syslogd is running in cron and restart it, too, I have a script that
does it one one Solaris machine I have that has trouble with syslogd
crashes.

Jeff
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On Fri, 16 Mar 2001, Chris Novy wrote:

> Jeff Masters <jmasters@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>...
> 
> >Check to see if syslogd is running. If it is not running, there will be no
> >/etc/syslog.pid file.
> 
> Jeff:
> 
> It's not running!  Might I have killed it during the bad shutdown?   Is it 
> something I can simply restart (as root) or do I need the sysadmin to yo 
> yo  the whole system?
> 
> ..Chris..
>