Tue, 05 Mar 2002 10:17:49 -0500
If people run "make install" more often, this will have the
magical effect of making their machine more up to date,
and will fix errors like londchld permissions that they
We are turning this into a vanilla layer "upgrade me" button
to make it even more simple.
Scott Harrison wrote:
> Dear Gerd:
> According to the loncapafiles.lpml cvs log
> and the Makefile.install...
> install -o www -g www -m 0755 -d /home/httpd/html/lon-status/londchld
> londchld has never been defined as a root owned directory.
> This is not an installation problem.
> This must be a user error or system administrator error.
> Gerd Kortemeyer wrote:
> > Hi Mark (and Scott, see below),
> > Relevant here: Guy found this on another machine:
> > > /home/httpd/html/lon-status/londchld/ was owned by root, and was
> > > unwritable by www
> > >
> > If that is the case, lonc and lond will kill all of their children all the
> > time, since there is no way for them to report status, so they are assumed dead
> > to begin with.
> > This would be an installation problem: wrong permissions on londchld.
> > - Gerd.
> > >
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