FRAM will not start and throws the message below.
On *nix, it's common to have users whose shells are restrictive, i.e. inhibit login. A common way of doing this is to have /usr/sbin/nologin as their shell.
Our FRAM service requires a shell in order to start correctly.
Our startup script /etc/init.d/framd does the following:
In the fault case, framd does not start because of the restricted shell for nobody.
Add an additional parameter to su which allows us to specify a shell:
This effectively bypasses /usr/sbin/nologin for the startup of FRAMd.
on line 27 in the file then please contact support.
|Last Updated:||10/Jan/12 3:11 PM|
|Platform:||Linux, MacOS, Solaris, AIX|
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