Thu Feb 24 15:06:54 EST 2005
On Thu, 24 Feb 2005, Jim Brown wrote:
> * Dru <dlavigne6 at sympatico.ca> [2005-02-24 10:38]:
>> On Thu, 24 Feb 2005, Brad Schonhorst wrote:
>>>> Anyone have any idea what I'm missing here? I'm using sysutils/savelogs
>>>> on a FreeBSD 5.2.1 system to rotate and compress logs. Works beautifully
>>>> from the command line whether I'm in the tcsh or the sh shell.
>>>> However, as soon as I script it (Bourne shell script, simply has the same
>>>> command I run at the command line), it runs TWICE, resulting in an empty
>>>> log file.
>> Testing the script. It's real simple (simply the commands I run at the
>> command line:)
>> cd /var/log
>> /usr/local/bin/savelogs --config=/usr/local/etc/savelogs.conf messages
>> /usr/local/bin/savelogs --config=/usr/local/etc/savelogs.conf maillog
> Um, you are running two separate instances in your script, back to back.
> How about a sleep between them? Maybe you are running into a race problem
> when the other script starts...
>From the slap myself in the head dept., I think George and Jim have
spotted the same thing... I'll try again tonight and let you guys know...
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