I'm running check_MK raw edition 1.2.8p11 on centos 7.2 and I had no problems:
[root@checkmktst1 ~]# systemctl status omd
● omd.service - LSB: OMD sites
Loaded: loaded (/etc/rc.d/init.d/omd)
Active: active (exited) since Mon 2016-09-12 16:33:44 CEST; 1 months 1 days
Warning: Journal has been rotated since unit was started. Log output is
incomplete or unavailable.
Da: "Ralph Bolton" <ralph.bol...@calltracks.com>
Data: 14/10/2016 14.55
Ogg: [Check_mk (english)] Starting Checkmk/OMD Via Systemd (on Centos 7)
I'm running checkmk on a Centos 7 box. It's been working quite successfully for
a long time, but recently I've noticed a bit of a problem.
If you run "systemctl status omd", what actually happens is it tries to run
"/etc/rc.d/init.d/omd start". This seems to fail (because it's already
running), and so returns exit code 3, which systemd assumes means that OMD is
in error state, and so it barfs.
Anyone know if there's any effort to make Checkmk/OMD systemd-native rather
than using the old sysv scripts?
I suppose more pressingly... anyone know how to make 'systemctl status omd'
return 0 when OMD is running!?
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