--- Ronny Hippler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >
Hello,
>       What controls the creation of the pid files in the
> /var/run/ directory? 
> every time I shut down I get the error: bftpd.pid:
> No such file or directory
> therefore I am not getting a clean shutdown on
> bftpd, no biggie but annoying. I 
> am starting this via /usr/local/etc/rc.d/bftpd.sh
> which is below. when I look in 
> /var/run/ there obviously is no pid file but there
> is a bftpd directory which is 
> empty. Is this an error in the script or in the
> program? TIA
> 
> #!/bin/sh -
> 
> #    initialization/shutdown script for bftpd
> 
>            case "$1" in
>            start)
>                    /usr/local/sbin/bftpd -d && echo
> -n ' bftpd'
>                    ;;
>            stop)
>                    kill `cat /var/run/bftpd.pid` &&
> echo -n ' bftpdf'
>                    ;;
>            *)
>                    echo "unknown option: $1 - should
> be 'start' or 'stop'" >&2
>                    ;;
>            esac
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
Hi, 

   Let me guest the application you was running(bftpd)
is the one installed from port. Find out who is
MAINTAINER
(found in Makefile of each port) and let he knows.

Cheer,


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