On Tue, Jan 06, 2004 at 04:10:31PM +0100, David Landgren wrote: > I recently rebooted a server that had been running for many months. I > haven't touched the kernel or userland programs since it went into > production. > > The server was rebooted with 'shutdown -h now', powered down, and then > later restarted. > > I've since noticed that cron didn't restart, which is odd, but fixable, > but more importantly, when I run ps, it spits out 'ps: warning: > /var/run/dev.db: No such file or directory' (although, as far as I can > tell, the output is perfectly reasonable). > > I'm wondering if one is a symptom of the other. In any event, > /var/run/dev.db is most certainly not there.
You don't need to reboot - just run dev_mkdb. ceri --
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