On Tuesday 02 December 2008 10:12:11 Lydon, Mark wrote: > I am running OpenLDAP 2.4.10 in a Solaris 10 local zone. > > All working fine, except that I want to log to a specific file using this > command line; nohup /usr/local/libexec/slapd -d 64 -d 256 2> /tmp/slapd.log > & > Any special reason to start slapd that way? First, I think is better to use the slapd log facilities combined with a syslog daemon, and second, why not run slapd as a service/daemon?. > This run ok in background, but when I exit my shell the job ends. I've > often used nohup like this to start jobs and disassociate them from the > users login shell, why doesn't it work here? > > Regards > > Mark Lydon > AT&T -- Jorge Armando Medina ComputaciÃn GrÃfica de MÃxico Web: www.e-compugraf.com Tel: 55 51 40 72 email: firstname.lastname@example.org GPG Key: 1024D/28E40632 2007-07-26 GPG Fingerprint: 59E2 0C7C F128 B550 B3A6 ÂD3AF C574 8422 28E4 0632
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