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Re: [nv-l] having problems starting ovtopmd

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Subject: Re: [nv-l] having problems starting ovtopmd
From: George deSocio <desocio@us.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2004 15:23:34 -0500
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NetView daemons are ALL stopped via "/usr/OV/bin/ovstop nvsecd".  If you have another daemon such as the tdwdaemon or another 3rd part daemon registered in ovsuf, you will have to stop that too.  Basically when the last daemon is stopped (normally nvsecd because all others are dependent), ovspmd will shut itself down.


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01/23/2004 02:43 PM
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There is an environment created when you do /etc/netnmrc that the programs run in. Finding the right libraries is part of that. If you do the command 'ovstart ovtopmd', it is actually telling ovspmd to start ovtopmd. However, if ovspmd was not started the right way, it will not have the proper environment to pass onto ovtopmd. ovtopmd will die with the message that you see

Let's try to fix this by doing:

ovstop (this should stop all the daemons)

/etc/netnmrc (this should start all the daemons with the right environment )

Stephen Hochstetler shochste@us.ibm.com
International Technical Support Organization at IBM
Office - 512-838-6198 (t/l 678) FAX - 512-838-6931

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