[SunHELP] Problem starting application automatically during boot-up.

Sebastien Daubigne sebastien.daubigne at atosorigin.com
Mon Jun 6 07:36:56 CDT 2005

Be carefull as the startup script are launched like this by "/sbin/rc3" :

"sh /etc/rd3.d/Sxxxxxx start"

Sebastien DAUBIGNE
Sebastien.daubigne at atosorigin.com
mailto:Sebastien.daubigne at atosorigin.com>  - +33(0)
AtosOrigin Infogerance - IMS/ERP/Pessac

-----Message d'origine-----
De : sunhelp-bounces at sunhelp.org [mailto:sunhelp-bounces at sunhelp.org]De
la part de Yazid
Envoye : lundi 6 juin 2005 14:12
A : The SunHELP List
Objet : [SunHELP] Problem starting application automatically during

I have created a startup script for MQ Series and named it
/etc/rc3.d/S99mqm.  The script is just a simple bourne shell script
and we have no problem starting the application manually by invoking
the script (./S99mqm start).
But, the MQ processes won't get started automatically during system
boot-up ( or they probably died just before I do ps -ef).
I know that the script do get executed during boot-up and the script
syntax/permission is correct.
I have boot-up to single user, do "init 2", then excute all the
startup scripts under /etc/rc3.d in sequence, and the scripts works.

If you guys have any ideas on what went wrong .... or how to
troubleshoot this problem, please let me know..

SunHELP maillist  -  SunHELP at sunhelp.org

More information about the SunHELP mailing list