From: Bill Skellenger <wskellenger@sp...> - 2003-12-17 03:35:20
Is there a way to force portald to run -- for example, if you're trying
to debug a portald box?
The only suggestion that I ran across was to decrease the value of
block_expire from 3600 --> whatever number smaller, but this is not
exactly what I want to do. I'm more interested in getting it to run on
Possible, or is there a workaround?
On Wed, 2003-12-17 at 00:34, Bill Skellenger wrote:
> Is there a way to force portald to run
Maybe as root if it fails to open logfiles.
Alessio Bragadini <alessio@...>
Sevenseas.org -- Cyprus chapter
alessio@... (Alessio Bragadini) writes:
> On Wed, 2003-12-17 at 00:34, Bill Skellenger wrote:
> > Is there a way to force portald to run
> /usr/local/slash/portald <virtual_user>
> Maybe as root if it fails to open logfiles.
No, do this instead (as root):
/usr/local/slash/bin/runtask -u yourvirtuser run_portald
The run_portald.pl task is just a stub, but going through it is the
best way to invoke portald; it'll put the logs in the right place,
write files with the right permissions, etc. Running portald
manually may work right too but I can't guarantee that.
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