08-21-2012 04:17 AM
after a reboot of the server the daemons won't start :-( The only daemons which are running are:
Tue Aug 21 13:13:02 CEST 2012
PID PPID PGID %CPU %MEM RSS ELAPSED CMD
1490 1 1490 0.0 0.5 10552 11:55 Daemon::LowLevelServiceWatcher
1227 1 1227 0.0 0.0 1076 12:20 rrdcached
How do I start all the other deamons? Which daemons should run?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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08-21-2012 04:46 AM
I guess the big question is what was done right before that reboot....
try "amp_disable" then after a few minutes "amp_enable"
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08-21-2012 06:16 AM
:smileyhappy: what I have done?
Well - not much really - I wasn't able to log in to the system via web... so I thought maybe I lost my memory due to the heat - tried to do a web-password recovery. Didn't work. Next thought was: why not reboot? :smileyembarrassed:
So here am I...
amp_disable // amp_enable didn't do anything good... (waited 5min between disable/enable)
3 weeks ago
I have exactly the same problem, Airwave doesn't start and df -h shows a disk 100% full. But, I don't know what to do next. What can I delete in the disk in order to start the server???
3 weeks ago
Here are some good ways to free up some space on your server's hard drive when you need to:
Delete AMP upgrade packages:
# rm -rf /root/AMP-*.tar.gz
# rm -rf /root/AMP-*amp_upgrade
Delete the code from your previous AMP version:
# rm -rf /root/svn_old
Delete archived logs:
# rm -rf /var/log/*.1
# rm -rf /var/log/*.2
# rm -rf /var/log/*.3
# rm -rf /var/log/*.4
Delete old AMP backups:
[NOTE: if you choose to do this it is best to save the backup files off to another machine before deleting them.]
# rm -rf /var/airwave-backup/*003*
# rm -rf /var/airwave-backup/*004*
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