[CentOS] executable on /etc/rc.local doesn't start

Thu Jul 20 16:16:02 UTC 2006
Mark Quitoriano <markquitoriano at gmail.com>

i also tried to put the absolute path name for each scripts but it still
doesn't work.

On 7/20/06, Collins Richey <crichey at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/19/06, Mark Quitoriano <markquitoriano at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hi yes it works.
> > when i start this manually i don't have problem but when i put the same
> > command on /etc/rc.local the tomcat doesn't start.
> >
> I haven't been following this too closely, but the usual reason for
> this discrepancy - works when executed manually but fails in a
> boot-time script or cron script, is reliance on the shell environment.
> Does each command executed by your script use absolute path names or
> do some of them rely on a (maybe not available at rc.local time) $PATH
> setting?
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> Collins Richey
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Mark Quitoriano, CCNA

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