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[LDM #BRA-809880]: ldmd.conf hostname



Ryan,

> Using apostrophes instead of escaped quotes did not work.
> 
> Jul 26 17:08:55 partner2 rpc.ldmd[9572] NOTE: child 9577 exited with status 
> 2: /bin/sh --noprofile -c '/sbin/ifconfig eth0:0 | grep addr:>&/dev/null&&  
> exec dir_watch_wrap -k 1>>/usr/local/ldm/logs/dir_watch/dir_watch_wrap_stdout 
> 2>>/usr/local/ldm/logs/dir_watch/dir_watch_wrap_stderr'

An exit status of 2 means that the pqact(1) process successfully located the 
programs to be executed ("/bin/sh" in this case) but that the program 
terminated due to an error.

If you execute the command manually ("/bin/sh --noprofile -c '...'") does it 
work?

Does "/bin/sh" on your system understand ">&/dev/null"?

Is there anything in "dir_watch_wrap_stdout" or "dir_watch_wrap_stderr" that 
indicates a problem?

> Ryan

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: BRA-809880
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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