[syslog-ng]OpenBSD named pipe
Tue, 25 Nov 2003 15:54:02 -0700
Thanks for the help, I did a ktrace. I noticed this in the trace. The trace file has nothing in it until I echo something to the pipe.
14319 bash CALL close(0x3)
14319 bash RET close 0
14319 bash CALL ioctl(0,TIOCGETA,0xcfbfd350)
14319 bash RET ioctl -1 errno 45 Operation not supported
14319 bash CALL lseek(0,0,0,0,0x1)
14319 bash RET lseek -1 errno 29 Illegal seek
14319 bash CALL read(0,0xcfbfd427,0x1)
14319 bash GIO fd 0 read 1 bytes
On Tue, 18 Nov 2003 10:08:39 +0100
Balazs Scheidler <email@example.com> wrote:
> The script probably exits because of an EOF read from named.pipe, at least
> this is the case when you echo something into the named pipe.
> syslog-ng should never close the pipe though, so it should correctly send
> messages. Maybe you should try to strace|ktrace|truss the shell script to see
> what it exactly does.
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