On Sat, Mar 23, 2002 at 10:11:25AM -0800, Gregory Neil Shapiro wrote:
> sgk> Cvsup was run this morning (23 Mar 02) at 0623 PST.
> sgk> After the standard "make" sequence and installation
> sgk> of a new kernel. The following appears during the
> sgk> boot process (apologies for long lines).
> sgk> Mar 23 09:04:30 12-230-81-20 sm-queue: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(root): fill_fd:
>before readcf: fd 1 not open: Bad file descriptor
> This is almost certainly caused by this commit:
> Revision 1.304, Fri Mar 22 23:45:13 2002 UTC by obrien
> Branch: MAIN
> CVS Tags: HEAD
> Changes since 1.303: +5 -5 lines
> Sendmail can be slow to startup.
> So start it in the background to speed up booting.
> Apparently, during bootup the tty isn't available to processes started in
> the background. The best thing to do is back out this commit. In the mean
> time, the warnings can be ignored.
Yes, I came to the same conclusion after David Wolfskill
pointed out that this is probably related to sendmail.
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