Andreas Döhler [06.03.2018 15:00]:
> Like i wrote before only check after installation if there is a service
> file for check_mk_agent existing inside "/etc/xinetd.d/"
> If yes then a "netstat -tulpn | grep 6556" should show one listen process
> xinetd.

Since it is only one port you're looking for:

lsof -i:6556

should work as well here.

However, a file /etc/xinetd.d/check_mk should exist, and inside the file
there should be

server         = /usr/bin/check_mk_agent
disable        = no

plus some other lines ;)

Instead of /usr/bin/check_mk_agent you can use as an alternative
/usr/bin/check_mk_caching_agent (if present).

Maybe you need a "systemctl restart xinetd.service" oder "service xinetd
reload" or something similar, depending on your installation ;)

> If not then something is wrong with your xinetd setup. Take a look at your
> Log files for more information.

HTH, Werner


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