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ID Category Severity Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
0003963 [Resin] minor always 03-23-10 08:24 06-08-10 11:27
Reporter mros2stf View Status public  
Assigned To alex
Priority normal Resolution fixed  
Status closed   Product Version 4.0.5
Summary 0003963: resin startup script not being copied to /etc/init.d/
Description When doing the make install, the install fails to copy the startup script for resin to the /etc/init.d/ directory, even though I am logged in as root. This was not the case for 4.0.3 or 4.0.4. I know the script would not be correct for SLES; because it wasn't in any previous release, but I could make the corrections if the product simply copied the startup script there.
Additional Information
Attached Files  config.log [^] (21,871 bytes) 05-17-10 06:24
 config.status [^] (57,269 bytes) 05-17-10 06:25

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- Notes
05-14-10 15:52

Can you post the output of "make install"?

05-17-10 06:27

Added the config.log and the config.status files. let me know if you need anything else. BTW, I have copied the init.d script that is created, but I have to modify it for SLES, but it works fine once the modifications are made.
05-17-10 11:07

Actually I need the output of "make install". The config.log and config.status are too early in the process.

05-20-10 18:08

Can I redirect the output of make install? If so, I'll run it on another server, as I don't want to mess up the one I'm testing with.
05-24-10 16:54

Do you mean the standard out or the files that are created? For the former, you can just do a piped redirect (e.g. > or | tee, etc.). For the latter, you'd have to change the prefix and conf directories, which might just mask the problem. If you have another test machine on which you can reproduce the problem, that might be the best.

05-25-10 05:21

This is what occurs on the make install. I ran it from my "sandbox". If necessary I can get a "fresh linux", but the results will be the same, as this has occurred on every system I've installed on.

cp: cannot stat `init.d/resin': No such file or directory

However, the directory and file is there, as you can see below.

adczlnxsandb2:/var/opt/resin-pro-4.0.6/init.d # ls -l
total 12
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2678 Apr 13 11:55 build.xml
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2392 Apr 20 10:04 resin
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2385 Apr 13 11:55
06-08-10 11:27

added missing conditional statement.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
03-23-10 08:24 mros2stf New Issue
04-26-10 08:32 mattp Issue Monitored: mattp
05-14-10 15:52 emil Note Added: 0004582
05-17-10 06:24 mros2stf File Added: config.log
05-17-10 06:25 mros2stf File Added: config.status
05-17-10 06:27 mros2stf Note Added: 0004587
05-17-10 11:07 emil Note Added: 0004589
05-20-10 18:08 mros2stf Note Added: 0004605
05-24-10 16:54 emil Note Added: 0004611
05-25-10 05:21 mros2stf Note Added: 0004612
06-08-10 11:25 alex Status new => assigned
06-08-10 11:25 alex Assigned To  => alex
06-08-10 11:27 alex Status assigned => closed
06-08-10 11:27 alex Note Added: 0004637
06-08-10 11:27 alex Resolution open => fixed
06-08-10 11:27 alex Fixed in Version  => 4.0.8

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