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Re: cf_procs rename: No such file or directory

From: Tod Oace
Subject: Re: cf_procs rename: No such file or directory
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 10:23:08 -0700

On Oct 28, 2004, at 12:20, address@hidden wrote:

I see this from one machine  and have absolutely no understanding
of it whatsoever!!! :(

I just discovered backup cfengine files in /etc/cron.d/ on three Linux machines that were giving the cf_procs error. I found that after noticing double cfexecd cron log entries and double cfengine runlog entries. :)

I still have a Solaris and Linux machine that produced the error this month which do not have duplicate cron entries. I'm wondering though...

Having duplicate cfexecd processes shows that cfagent isn't locking cf_procs, right? So that means a manual cfagent would also step on a scheduled cfagent's cf_procs. I know that I occasionally did do manual runs on at least one of the remaining mystery machines this month.
Is the answer then to lock cf_procs?
Could this be the case on your one machine?



On 28 Oct, Tod Oace wrote:
I occasionally see the following error:

Error while renaming /var/cfengine/state/cf_procs
rename: No such file or directory

Anyone else seeing these? I only get them from a small subset of
machines, some Linux and some  Solaris. Cfengine 2.1.10 but I've also
seen it from earlier versions.

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