Any idea why xinetd throws an error when I tried to run xientd as /etc/rc.d/init.d/xinetd start
the error for 'start' is startproc command not found.
the error for 'status' is checkproc command not found.
I did make sure that procps rpm is installed.
I am seeing this error with RHEL6 on Power.
Any sort of suggestions/sharing similar experience would be helpful.
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Updated on 2011-08-02T10:49:14Z at 2011-08-02T10:49:14Z by jscheel
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Re: xinetd throwing error: startproc command not found2011-08-02T10:49:14Z in response to C7XS_vishwanatha_krishnamurthyI just wanted to acknowledge that we are working this question in parallel thread of the Think Power Linux community Message Board thread.
Thanks for posting to both places.