[OpenSIPS-Users] /etc/init.d/opensips restart returns OK when opensips is down...

Toyima Dias toyimads at gmail.com
Mon Jun 6 18:44:41 CEST 2011

Ok, but it any case, the script should return 1 if opensips failed to
initialize; i'm thinking to build a HA infraestructure with opensips
(heartbeat, cluster glue...) and this opensips init script behavior
seems not to be appropriate; i will have to take a deeper look at
the opensips.init script

2011/6/6 Andrew Pogrebennyk <andrew.pogrebennyk at portaone.com>

> On 06.06.2011 14:15, Toyima Dias wrote:
>> If opensips has not started (ps -ef | grep opensips doesn't show any
>> opensips pid), how is possible that /etc/init.d/opensips returns [OK]
>> when you execute /etc/init.d/opensips restart...is this beacuse of
>> mysql? is that what you mean...this script should return 1 (not
>> succesfull, different than 0) it no pid file has been created, am i right?
> Correct, but there can be a case when opensips starts but then some
> module's initialization function fails due to mysql connect error or
> incompatible table version and the opensips will exit.
> --
> Sincerely,
> Andrew Pogrebennyk
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