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Old 08-05-2009, 05:09 AM   #1
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Can not start an executable file


I have an executable file called jboss in the current directory:

-rwxr-xr-x 1 test jboss 7151 Aug 5 11:04 jboss

An in the file jboss it looks as follow:

Code:
...
#---------------------------
# command handling
#---------------------------

case "$1" in

start)

        if [ -n "`ps -fu $JBOSSUSER | grep -v grep | grep java |grep -v Agent | grep $CONTEXT`" ]
        then
		echo "Java/JBoss is already running - no action taken"
	else
		$ISDIR/$MYNAME cleanup
		echo "starting: Jboss"
		echo "check log file for completion!!"
		# check that we are the jboss user or set su for usage
		ME=`whoami`
		if [ "$ME" = "$JBOSSUSER" ]; then
			$CMD_START >$JBOSS_CONSOLE 2>&1 &
			#echo "$CMD_START >$JBOSS_CONSOLE 2>&1 "
		else
			$CMD_START >$JBOSS_CONSOLE 2>&1 &
			#echo" $SUBIT "$CMD_START" >$JBOSS_CONSOLE 2>&1 "
			 #$SUBIT $CMD_START >$JBOSS_CONSOLE 2>&1 
		fi
	fi
	;;
...
When I call this executable file with jboss start, I got error as follow:

-bash: jboss: command not found

Someone call help?
 
Old 08-05-2009, 05:13 AM   #2
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Try ./jboss

By default (and very sensibly so!!) the current working directory
is *not* in your PATH, hence bash knows nothing about what file
you're trying to execute.


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Old 08-05-2009, 05:14 AM   #3
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Hi,

When in the directory where the file resides type
Code:
./jboss start
Kind regards,

Eric
 
Old 08-05-2009, 05:36 AM   #4
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Hi,

When in the directory where the file resides type
Code:
./jboss start
Kind regards,

Eric
Thanks for reply. That runs!

But it seems the Jboss is not started. I got message as follow:

Code:
clean-up ...
starting: Jboss
check log file for completion!!
-bash-3.00$
It seems there is problem in the executable file jboss.
 
  


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