[Fedora-directory-users] Centos 4.1 - FDS Problems

Rob Crittenden rcritten at redhat.com
Mon Jul 18 13:08:44 UTC 2005

For the admin server, there are problems with IBM JDK on some SMP 
systems (including hyper-threading SMP) such that the server fails to 
start. The solutions are to either switch to a uni-processor kernel or 
try a Sun JRE. See http://directory.fedora.redhat.com/wiki/FAQ for details.

As for directory not starting, check the error log file to see if there 
are any details there. Look in in /opt/fedorads/slapd-<instance>/logs


Squall Lionheart wrote:
> I can't seem to get fds to work. I have CentOS 4.1 installed and working 
> fine. FDS appears to have installed fine as well. When I run the admin 
> server as a non-root user no messages appear, and when I try and telnet 
> to port 389 it says connection is refused, meaning the admin server 
> isn't running at all. When I try startconsole I get the following as a 
> non-root user:
> Console: Can't connect to X11 window server using ':0.0' as the value of 
> the DISPLAY variable.
> When I run start-admin as root I get the following message:
> warning: daemon is running as super-user
> [LS ls1] http://node.internal-datacom.com, port 40795 ready to accept 
> requests
> But this doesn't stay. It appears that the admin server doesn't remain 
> running, maybe 5-10 seconds. Is there any way to fix this timeout 
> problem so that admin server remains running?
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