Thanks to :
Casper Dik <casper@holland.Sun.COM>
Nikos George <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Danny Johnson 0172547 <email@example.com>
"Dennis F. Morse" <dmorse@sun-valley.Stanford.EDU>
Jeff Wasilko <firstname.lastname@example.org> [Boy!, were you quick or what?]
My Earlier Question:
> >I'm getting this error once every 10 mins. It is a brand new
> >OS install and the procedure used is identical to previous
> >installs but the error has occured for the very first time.
The solution was quick, consice and much appreciated.
> You've started two inetds or so it seems.
> Check your /etc/rc?.d/S* files for two files that started inetd.
> ("grep inetd /etc/rc?.d/*")
> Perhaps you edited it and saved an original copy with a .org or some such
Indeedy. I re-renamed it to ORG_S72INETSvc to remove any sort of
resemblance with the original. However I did find "/usr/sbin/inetd -s"
in another script ....
Commented out the /usr/sbin/inetd -s line in the second script. Seems
like it is working just now. However this is the first time I have
encountered this in all my 2.5 installs. A bit strange....
But thanks for all the help!
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