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.

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


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 '$LD_LIBRARY_PATH' 
held true." >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log
    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/usr/local/lib/mysql"
    echo "Exporting LD_LIBRARY_PATH to /usr/local/lib/mysql, -n '$LD_LIBRARY_PATH' did not 
hold true." >> /var/log/zz_mysql_start.log

cd /usr/local/zope/

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

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

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

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

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.

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.


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.

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