Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 455618
fwbackups won't execute shutdown command
Last modified: 2008-07-16 18:26:17 EDT
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Description of problem:
I'm really sorry for adding this as a bug cos' its sure as hell my own idiocy but I've been grappling with this for over a year on and off and I still can't get it resolved.
I'm simply want to shut down the machine after backup and have tried different commads from "shutdown -h now" to "sbin/shutdown -h now" (without inverted commas)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Run Backup set
2.Execute after command: /bin/sh: sbin/shutdown -h now
Jul 11 21:19:38 :: INFO : Executing 'After' command
Jul 11 21:19:43 :: WARNING : Command returned with a non-zero exit status:
Jul 11 21:19:43 :: ERROR : Return value: 127
stderr: /bin/sh: sbin/shutdown: No such file or directory
Nov 30 20:40:36 :: WARNING : Command returned with a non-zero exit status:
Nov 30 20:40:36 :: ERROR : Return value: 127
stderr: /bin/sh: shutdown: command not found
The command "sbin/shutdown -h now" will work when used as part of a cron job but my preference is for fwbackups to shutdown when its actually finished. Any suggestions really appreciated.
Thanks - David
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As a result we are setting this bug to CLOSED:WONTFIX
The /bin/sh is usually only manually specified for shell scripts, and I think
you're missing a slash - Try using "/sbin/shutdown -h now" or "poweroff" as the