Re: [aseek-users] Error Help with ASPseek...

From: pankaj yawale (no email)
Date: Mon Apr 22 2002 - 13:04:47 EDT


Hi

i was also facing the same problem and is solved by upgrading C library.

Though you run search daemon again & again, if there is any error it stops working immediately after the start. Run command "/etc/rc.d/init.d/aspseek status" , which clearly shows whther search daemon is running or not.

regards
pankaj
  ----- Original Message -----
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  Subject: [aseek-users] Error Help with ASPseek...

  I am having a problem with this error...
   
  An error occured!
  Can not connect to search daemon

   
  I did search the archives and found this response someone had...
   
  normally you start searchd with
   
      searchd -D -R
   
  option -D means start as daemon (in background), -R means restart if searchd stopss..
  normally searchd should run in background as service so it waits to answer requests
  from s.cgi.
  in case that you get the error message, try to look whether searchd is running
   
      ps -ef |grep searchd
   
  if not, that's the problem. maybe update to the latest aspseek version.
  as i said in an older version (not sure anymore which it was), searchd crashed
  on my box very often...
   
  When I try to run searcd -D -R I get this:
  root at azariah [/usr/local/aspseek/sbin]# ./searchd -D -R
  Don't run ./searchd with privileged user/group ID (UID < 11, GID < 11)
  root at azariah [/usr/local/aspseek/sbin]#

   

   Can someone please help me....
   
  Thanks,
  Richard.








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