Tonido.sh Script Functionality Broken

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Tonido.sh Script Functionality Broken

Postby Nicho » Mon Aug 20, 2018 4:03 pm


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Re: Tonido.sh Script Functionality Broken

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Re: Tonido.sh Script Functionality Broken

Postby Nicho » Tue Aug 21, 2018 7:13 am

Yeah, that's what I was figuring too. The weird part is, even with the .pid missing, the Tonido service still runs fine. Then when I run tonido.sh start (with the service already running), it changes to output of the tonido.sh stop script to what I wrote above. Maybe running the start script on boot isn't generating a file which re-running the script does generate? But I'm pretty sure anything running from rc.local should have write permissions to the /tmp directory, which is where the script is looking for that .pid file. Plus, I don't know why it errors out with the "No such process" warning when I try it the second time.

This is hurting the functionality of my Tonido server because I'm trying to run tonido.sh restart as a cron job every night, since Tonido has been crashing on me lately and I'd like to make sure it stays up.

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Re: Tonido.sh Script Functionality Broken

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