[JDEV] 1.4.1: dnsrv.c:143 dnsrv: Read error on coprocess(1): 1 Operation not permitted
rothwell at holly-springs.nc.us
Sat Jan 5 00:02:09 CST 2002
I tracked the problem down to aimtrans.so ... and running it in a separate process (see http://www.saint-andre.com/jabber/xml/) solves the problem. Perhaps jabber.xml allow one to specify that a service gets its own process, and jabberd would then handle creation of the extra process(es)...
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From: Michael Rothwell
To: jdev at jabber.org
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 5:57 PM
Subject: [JDEV] 1.4.1: dnsrv.c:143 dnsrv: Read error on coprocess(1): 1 Operation not permitted
I've had a Jabber server (1.4.1, with patch from 1.4.2-test to allow AIM as ICQ). Today, it started crashing; well, 'exiting normally':
Fri Jan 4 17:54:41 2002 dnsrv.c:147 DNSRV CHILD: Read from buffer: <stream>
Fri Jan 4 17:54:41 2002 dnsrv.c:143 dnsrv: Read error on coprocess(1): 1 Operation not permitted
Fri Jan 4 17:54:41 2002 dnsrv.c:157 DNSRV CHILD: out of loop.. exiting normal
the server quits at this point and leaves its pidfile in the -H directory. I tried commenting out the exit() in dnsrv.c, but then the jabber starts but won't answer requests or re-start the DNS server.
... is there a known fix for this problem? I was really starting to like jabber... :-)
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