From: John Francis Lee (jfl_at_robinlea.com)
Date: Mon 05 Jan 2004 - 00:21:10 GMT
Yes I had commented the same lines in syslog and found a similar
solution to halt.
Thanks very much for your help.
On จ., 2004-01-05 at 06:20, Darryl Ross wrote:
> Taking Herbert's response a little further by giving solutions. All of
> my virtual servers are running RedHat, with very few exceptions, so
> these instructions apply to that. Modify for other distros if required.
> >>I still have lots of errors shutting down things that I never explicitly
> >>started, the kernel log daemon, and things not mounted in the vserver
> >unfortunately this is/was expected, because the
> >sysv init scripts of most distributions need some
> >reworking to run without errors ...
> >a) /etc/init.d/syslog usually starts two loggers
> > the system logger and the kernel logger
> > as no vserver has access to kernel logging
> > stuff, the startup of the kernel logger will
> > fail, which isn't detected by most scripts
> > (reporting success on startup) but results in
> > an error when the same script tries to stop
> > the kernel logger ...
> I normally edit the /etc/init.d/syslog file and comment out the parts
> that try to start and stop klogd. Attached is a diff file of the changes
> I make to it.
> >b) at shutdown (usually runlevel 6) as final step
> > almost every distro does some unmounting and
> > hardware stuff (setting hw clock, storing
> > random seed, quota, etc) before the actual
> > 'reboot'
> > this will fail, as most operations are not
> > allowed, or simply wrong (like unmounting
> > everything in /proc/mounts ...) so it is best
> > to remove the entire stop script ...
> The easiest way is to move the /etc/init.d/halt file out of the way (as
> a backup) and then
> ln -s /bin/true /etc/init.d/halt
> That should remove the error messages.
> < KLOGD_OPTIONS="-2"
> > # KLOGD_OPTIONS="-2"
> < echo -n $"Starting kernel logger: "
> < daemon klogd $KLOGD_OPTIONS
> < echo
> > # echo -n $"Starting kernel logger: "
> > # daemon klogd $KLOGD_OPTIONS
> > # echo
> < echo -n $"Shutting down kernel logger: "
> < killproc klogd
> < echo
> > # echo -n $"Shutting down kernel logger: "
> > # killproc klogd
> > # echo
> < status klogd
> > # status klogd
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