Bernd Dorn wrote:

hi all

i have two init scripts (see below) which start a zope3 instance
this works fine if i start one of them, but if i try to start the second, the following message appears

* Starting Zope in /home/zope1/timetables ...
WARNING! zdrun is managing a different program!
our program   = ['/home/zope1/timetables/bin/runzope']
daemon's args = ['/home/zope1/screens/bin/runzope']
daemon process already running; pid=10839

seems that the pid of the other instance is taken, does anybody know how to solve this
or is there another way to start zope3 as an unprivileged user?
as far as i know there is no effective-user directive in zope.conf as in zope2

my zope version is 3.2 final, but it seems not version specific
my python:
Python 2.4.2 (#1, Dec  6 2005, 15:16:51)
[GCC 3.3.5-20050130 (Gentoo, ssp-, pie-8.7.7. on linux2

my system:
Linux flow 2.6.14-gentoo-r2 #1 SMP Mon Dec 5 14:23:57 CET 2005 i686 Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 2.80GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux

thx, bernd

init script listing:


opts="start stop restart kill quit status help"

depend() {
        need net

start() {
        ebegin "Starting Zope in $INSTANCE_HOME"
    su - $ZOPE_USER -c "$INSTANCE_HOME/bin/zopectl start"
        eend $?

stop() {
        ebegin "Stopping Zope in $INSTANCE_HOME"
    su - $ZOPE_USER -c "$INSTANCE_HOME/bin/zopectl stop"
        eend $?

restart() {
        ebegin "Restarting Zope in $INSTANCE_HOME"
        eend $?

kill() {
        ebegin "Killing Zope in $INSTANCE_HOME"
    su - $ZOPE_USER -c "$INSTANCE_HOME/bin/zopectl kill"
        eend $?

quit() {
        ebegin "Quitting Zope Daemon Manager $INSTANCE_HOME"
    su - $ZOPE_USER -c "$INSTANCE_HOME/bin/zopectl quit"
        eend $?

reload() {
         # throws an error, dunno why
        ebegin "Reloading Zope config in $INSTANCE_HOME"
    su - $ZOPE_USER -c "$INSTANCE_HOME/bin/zopectl reload"
        eend $?

status() {
        ebegin "Status of Zope in $INSTANCE_HOME"
    su - $ZOPE_USER -c "$INSTANCE_HOME/bin/zopectl status"
        eend $?

help() {
        ebegin "Help for Zope Daemon Manager in $INSTANCE_HOME"
    su - $ZOPE_USER -c "$INSTANCE_HOME/bin/zopectl help"
        eend $?

Does this script put a zdsock file in /etc/init.d? I have noticed that the zdsock file is created in the directory where zopectl is called. If this is what you are seeing, one solution might be to do some cd statements (e.g., cd $INSTANCE_HOME) so that multiple zdsock files are created, one for each instance.

-Jim Washington.
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