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Re: [nocol-users] noclogd.pid: Permission denied
The "common" error (at least for me) is that I install the code tree as myself yet I run the keepalive_monitors as a fictious user (for examnple, "nocol") -- and I also test "new" stuff as myself (which causes the *.pid file to get created as me). I'm not sure if this is still a bug or not, but does noclogd remove the PID file if it exits successfully? Russell On Fri, Apr 21, 2000 at 09:22:01AM -0400, Vikas Aggarwal wrote: > Either the noclogd was started as a different user or the $nocolroot/run > directory is not writable by the process (or the previous noclogd.pid file > has a different user's permissions). > > -vikas > > Ron Parker wrote: > > > > Now I'm starting to get this hourly. What's the deal, and how to I > > correct it? Also, why did it just start happening after? The only > > other new element is that one of the machines being portmonitored went > > down earlier today, and that's when this started. I restarted the > > monitored and monitoring machines, and thats when this started. Any > > suggestions? > > -- Russell M. Van Tassell firstname.lastname@example.org Sorry, no fortune at this time.