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openslp

Hi,

On my OES linux cluster, I have two servers running openslp acting as DA.
Doesn't happend often, but sometimes, i have to /etc/init.d/slpd stop,
then rm /var/log/slpd.log then /etc/init.d/slpd start

I'm running openslp-server-1.1.5-73.21
This is the latest from OES linux, but it's 2 years old !??!
Should I manually upgrade to the latest stable ? (1.2.1-1 )
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Re: openslp

Marc-Andre Vallee wrote:
> On my OES linux cluster, I have two servers running openslp acting as DA.
> Doesn't happend often, but sometimes, i have to /etc/init.d/slpd stop,
> then rm /var/log/slpd.log then /etc/init.d/slpd start


Um, why do you have to do this? Does it freeze on you or something? and
why the removal of the log?

And when you say cluster, do you mean you're running cluster services or
do you just mean you have several OES linux servers?

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Justin Grote
Network Architect
JWG Networks
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: openslp

Cluster, I mean NCS (novell cluster services)
slp is not in "cluster mode" it's just running on both nodes, and i'm
pushing the da options in the dhcp server.

I've found that by deleting the log files, it works better.
sometimes, when i didn't delete it, it restart well, but clients are not
able to login.
slpinfo shows everything correctly...

i just find openslp from oes unstable.


Justin Grote wrote:
> Marc-Andre Vallee wrote:
>
>> On my OES linux cluster, I have two servers running openslp acting as DA.
>> Doesn't happend often, but sometimes, i have to /etc/init.d/slpd stop,
>> then rm /var/log/slpd.log then /etc/init.d/slpd start

>
>
> Um, why do you have to do this? Does it freeze on you or something? and
> why the removal of the log?
>
> And when you say cluster, do you mean you're running cluster services or
> do you just mean you have several OES linux servers?
>
> ____________________
> Justin Grote
> Network Architect
> JWG Networks

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