Well, if the problem is with Zope, then why is the env variable not set after reboot? The problem, therefore, is not with Zope, but rather with setting the variable.
Drew2

Jerry McAllister <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: On Thu, Mar 08, 2007 at 01:07:10PM -0800, Drew Jenkins wrote:


#!/bin/sh

if [ -n "$LD_LIBRARY_PATH" ] ; then
    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}:/usr/local/lib/mysql"
    echo "Exporting LD_LIBRARY_PATH to /usr/local/lib/mysql because -n '$LD_LIBRARY_PATH' 
held true." >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log
else
    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/usr/local/lib/mysql"
    echo "Exporting LD_LIBRARY_PATH to /usr/local/lib/mysql, -n '$LD_LIBRARY_PATH' did not 
hold true." >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log
fi

cd /usr/local/zope/

if ./instance1/bin/zopectl stop ; then
    echo "Stopping zopectl instance 1." >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log
fi

if ./instance1/bin/zopectl start ; then
    echo "Restarting zopectl instance 1." >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log
fi

if ./instance2/bin/zopectl stop ; then
    echo "Stopping zopectl instance 2." >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log
fi

if ./instance2/bin/zopectl start ; then
    echo "Restarting zopectl instance 2." >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log
fi


sleep 3
echo "ending zz_mysql_start.sh at: `date`" >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log
echo " " >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log

Exporting LD_LIBRARY_PATH to /usr/local/lib/mysql, -n '/usr/local/lib/mysql' 
did not hold true.
Stopping zopectl instance 1.
Restarting zopectl instance 1.
Stopping zopectl instance 2.
Restarting zopectl instance 2.
ending zz_mysql_start.sh at: Thu Mar  8 14:57:47 UTC 2007

It kicked out that output when I tested it and also when I rebooted the server. However, 
Zope was still not up. I should qualify that. Zope "appears" to be up, but when 
I try to access it TTW (the ZMI) I can't reach the site.
TIA,
Drew

Sounds like your problem is with Zope somewhere and not
the startup script per se - though it could be something
missing in the startup.   I have never used Zope.

////jerry

If the user has a home, why not add it to /etc/profile, or ~/.profile? It's only a problem if it's a daemon user without a home.. that's when stuff gets a bit tricky with the profile setup.

-Garrett
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