cyrus: unable to find command or port for service 'proto'

cyrus: unable to find command or port for service 'proto'

Post by Timo Nentwi » Sun, 18 May 2003 11:08:03



Hi!

For some reason cyrus does not start anymore, logfile:

May 17 10:14:52 tcn master[3506]: setrlimit: Unable to set file descriptors
limit to -1: Operation not permitted
May 17 10:14:52 tcn master[3506]: retrying with 1024 (current max)
May 17 10:14:52 tcn master[3506]: process started
May 17 10:14:52 tcn master[3507]: about to exec
/usr/lib/cyrus/bin/ctl_cyrusdb
May 17 10:14:53 tcn ctl_cyrusdb[3507]: recovering cyrus databases
May 17 10:14:53 tcn ctl_cyrusdb[3507]: skiplist: recovered
/var/lib/imap/mailboxes.db (0 records, 144 bytes) in 0 seconds
May 17 10:14:53 tcn ctl_cyrusdb[3507]: done recovering cyrus databases
May 17 10:14:53 tcn master[3506]: unable to find command or port for service
'proto'
May 17 10:14:53 tcn master[3506]: exiting

What is 'proto'?!

 
 
 

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