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On Sat, 20 Sep 2003 03:23:29 +0000, Jed Moe wrote:   Did you run dmesg? Check /var/adm/messages.....

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    On Sat, 20 Sep 2003 03:23:29 +0000, Jed Moe wrote:
     
    Did you run dmesg?

    Check /var/adm/messages..
    soleblazer Guest

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    Where do I find the messages upon bootup? I have a script in the rc2.d
    startup directory that doesn't run correctly and I want to see what the
    errors are? This is a headless server with no dump console..


    Jed Guest

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    Jed Moe <com> wrote: 

    On the console.
     

    If you can't get to the console, you'll have to modify the script to
    send messages to a file (or to syslog if it starts after syslog does).

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    "soleblazer" <org> wrote in message
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    > Did you run dmesg?
    >
    > Check /var/adm/messages..[/ref]
    dmesg | more


    chetan Guest

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    "Jed Moe" <com> writes: 

    dmesg


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    Huge <org.uk> wrote: [/ref]
     

    That shouldn't help at all. If it did, it would at least be in
    /var/adm/messages (syslog places the dmesg buffer in the messages file
    when it starts).

    However standard output (and standard error) from startup scripts goes
    to the console and not to the kernel message buffer. 'dmesg' won't tell
    you any of their output.

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