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RE: Problem running cygrunsrv with non SYSTEM accounts
- From: "Aitken, Sean" <Sean dot Aitken at tekelec dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 10:24:56 -0600
- Subject: RE: Problem running cygrunsrv with non SYSTEM accounts
> On Jan 18 10:01, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> > Ugh, top-posting... Also,
> > Thanks.
> What about adding the "TOFU" acronym for these purposes? Otherwise
> you're missing to critizise the fullquote.
My sincere apologies. I must admit that I'm not a huge fan of mailing
lists. I prefer forums with notification capabilities, personally.
Thanks for the tip though! Also, I'm using Outlook (*gag*) at work which
doesn't seem to have the option to not quote emails. Again, I apologize.
Regarding the problem running cygrunsrv, I appreciate the help. I have
done the following:
- Checked the event log - Nothing there except indicators of service
start attempt (and failure after I forcefully kill cygrunsrv)
- Checked for sshd.log - It's never created
- Permissions in /var/log allow for any user to write (verified)
I created a simple test service "test" that runs "/usr/bin/env" under my
domain account (with local admin privs), and should output to
"/var/log/test.log". The logfile never seems to be created. Also, the
output in the event log is:
- System: The test service was successfully sent a start control.
.. There was nothing else in the security or application log.
Are there debug symbols that I need to use WinDbg against cygrunsrv? I
hate having to go down this road as it will kill a lot of time. Any
pointers are greatly appreciated!
I'll see what I can do with tracing and debugging.. I'm not feeling very
optimistic at this point.
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