Summary

 

Installation of the BCC presentation server does not configure it to start automatically at system boot.

 

Issue

 

Installation of the BCC presentation server installs the boot script /etc/init.d/bccps, but does not create links in either /etc/rc3.d/ or /etc/rc5.d/ directories.

To start the BCC presentation server manually, use the following:

 

/etc/init.d/bccps start

 

Resolution / Workaround

 

This boot script can be linked to the appropriate directory with a link name starting with an upper case "S". After this, the presentation server will start automatically.

For Red Hat 5 and Red Hat 6, you can do this by issuing the command:

 

chkconfig --add bccps

 

This will not start bccps if it is not currently running. If you want the BCC presentation server to start before rebooting the system, you will need to also issue the command:

 

service bccps start

 

For Solaris 10, you can do this by manually creating the links:

 

ln -s /etc/init.d/bccps /etc/rc2.d/S99boksbccps

 

This will make BoKS start before the BCC presentation server.

This will not start bccps if it is not currently running. If you want the BCC presentation server to start before rebooting the system, you will need to also issue the command:

 

/etc/rc2.d/S99boksbccps start


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Last Modified On: October 15, 2018