Been running qmail-send, qmail-pop3d and qmail-smtpd under daemontools
inside a vserver and it works fine.
Init starts daemontools' svscan which in turns start the 3 qmail
services under /services.
My setup is mostly the same as the one described in Life With Qmail
(http://www.lifewithqmail.org/). No special modification has been
required to make it work in a vserver.
Le jeudi 30 mars 2006 à 20:47 +0100, Timothy Arnold a écrit :
> Hi All,
> Just wondered if anyone has had any issues starting Qmail inside a vserver
> (2.0). I have a straight thing where Qmail will not start on "boot". The
> init script does run, but the daemons appear to crash. Once the vserver
> has started, I can login and run /etc/init.d/qmail start and it works.
> Some people have suggested that I change init, as I am using the standard
> Qmail start/stop script but I think that this might be more fundamental ?
> Is there any easy way to debug the start-up process?
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Received on Thu Mar 30 21:25:43 2006