I sent this last night but didn't put summary in the subject line.
Anyway, here's the details as I know them now.
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Wales Wong wrote:
> My $0.02 is to take at look at /etc/rc2.d. In my case, sendmail is
> right after starting print services. Please check to see if there is
> configuration probelm in sendmail.
This was the email that set me to thinking. In the recommeded patches
there's a sendmail patch. I, unfortunately, had backed out almost all
patches by the time I got this. However, with all the patches gone, the
machine booted right up. I guess I'll set off to install them one by
just to be sure.
Thank you so much for all of your help - it was appreciated.
Wales Wong <email@example.com>
Amol Karnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jim Harmon <email@example.com>
Robert Bays <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Finally ... I get to go home.
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I want to also thank you for the emails I received this morning:
"pod inetd" <email@example.com>
bismark@alta.Jpl.Nasa.Gov (Bismark Espinoza)
Charlie Mengler <firstname.lastname@example.org
Chan Cao <CCao@exapps.com>
"Coffindaffer, Virginia" <Virginia.Coffindaffer@wang.com
Mike Youngberg <email@example.com>
Stefan Voss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tom E Smith <email@example.com>
Leo Crombach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gwynne, Alun P" <Alun.Gwynne@capgemini.co.uk>
"Joseph S. D. Yao" <email@example.com>
Deepak D Wilson <Deepak_D_Wilson@notes.seagate.com>
(I hope I didn't forget anyone)
There were several thoughts that it was an NFS problem, many people
suggested adding echos to the rc2.d scripts that start up after print
services and a few did recommend backing out the patches. I did take
the cowards way out, I backed out every patch and it booted just fine.
I will install them one by one to see wherin the problem lies.
Thanks again, this list is great!
-- Nicci Roth Systems Administrator Orincon Corporation firstname.lastname@example.org
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