Bug 133604

Summary: init scripts can't find dbus pid file
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Nick Jones <nick.jones>
Component: dbusAssignee: John (J5) Palmieri <johnp>
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Description Nick Jones 2004-09-25 01:07:14 EDT
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Description of problem:
Dbus places it's pid in the file file /var/run/dbus/pid but the 
initscripts functions (invoked by dbus's own init.d script) expect to 
find it in /var/run/messagebus

Suggestion that worked for me:
add --system-wide-pid-file=/var/run/messagebus.pid to configure 
options in spec file.
With this change, /var/run/messagebus.pid is recognised as the pid 
file, and is cleaned up after the service is stopped (something that 
dbus doesn't seem to do itself)

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How reproducible:

Steps to Reproduce:
1./etc/init.d/messagebus stop


Actual Results:  [FAILED]

Expected Results:  [  OK  ]

Additional info:
Comment 1 John (J5) Palmieri 2004-09-25 02:38:46 EDT
Works for me.  Dbus always created /var/run/messagebus.pid on my
machine.  Did you upgrade to test 2 or is it a fresh install.  If you
did upgrade, from what version?
Comment 2 Steve Grubb 2004-09-25 11:18:00 EDT
I think this is a duplicate of: Bug 132436 - which is now closed.

The real problem is that configure does not see the
/etc/redhat-release file and decides its not a red hat system. Rather
than have a system-wide-pid-file=/var/run/messagebus.pid option, it
needs to have an option to say this is a red hat system that sets the
default value for the same variable set when it looks for the
/etc/redat-release file. 

There may be other decisions the configure script makes based on the
os variable. Fixing each one with an override is inefficient.
Comment 3 John (J5) Palmieri 2004-09-27 13:06:06 EDT
Nick Jones hasn't replyed back so closing this as works for me.