Re: Dnscache install trouble
Joshua Banks <l0f33t <at> yahoo.com>
2004-01-02 04:25:10 GMT
--- Chris Johnson <dcj-expires-2958269.ppfjp <at> palomine.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 31, 2003 at 12:10:57PM -0500, Brian T Glenn wrote:
> > On Wed, Dec 31, 2003 at 07:03:41AM -0800, Joshua Banks may have
> > >
> > > Shouldn't issuing the command "ln -s /ect/dnscache /service"
> create the
> > > "/service" directory and link " etc/dnscache" to it without me
> > > to manually create the "/service" directory first?
> > Why would it do that? /service can easily be a regular file, UNIX
> > socket, or any other kind of directory entry. /service/ would imply
> > /service is a directory, but because that directory doesn't exist,
> > command would fail.
> In any case, /service should already exist as part of the daemontools
> installation. It doesn't do any good to link things into /service if
> isn't already running in that directory.
Ahhh. Your comments help Chris. Thanks. So when I first installed
"daemontools" this directory "/service" was created. I wasn't aware of
this. But then again I wan't really looking either.