Dave, > No, the script never gets started when running the new LDM version. The script must get started; otherwise, the child process wouldn't have an exit status of 9. pqact(1) forks itself to create a child process and then calls the system function execvp() to execute the script. If the execvp() fails, then the child process exits with status 1. The only way an exit status of 9 could occur is for the execvp() to be successful. Something must be happening inside the script that it doesn't like. > No, the script never gets started when running the new LDM version. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: RQD-888533 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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