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Old 08-11-2004, 03:57 AM   #1
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Question How do I know, which services within xinetd are running


Hello,
I am writing a simple shell script to know which daemons are running, on my RH9 Server. I am having problem, if some of the daemons are started within xinetd, there seems to be no way to know if the service is actually running. Parsing of Log files seems to be difficult, as on the same port there could be two applications which could be configured to be ON.. ie lets say wu-ftp and vsftp, which are installed by an user by mistake, and via chkconfig he gets both of them to be ON. However only one starts, How do I know which One... Manually trying to telnet and parsing the output seems to be overkill. Is there some command I do not know, like
service smb status says samba is running
can there be some command which tells me, which services within xinetd are running.

Thanks and sincere regards

Sanjay Upadhyay
 
Old 08-11-2004, 04:10 AM   #2
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you can use the command

grep disable /etc/xinetd.d/*|grep no

This will show the services that will be started by xinetd.

Alternately you can use the chkconfig --list and look for xinetd - generally the last few lines of teh chkconfig output
 
Old 08-11-2004, 05:09 AM   #3
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Hi ppuru,
I have already tried to parse output of chkconfig... My problem is evident... from the following steps
1) Installed vsftpd
2) chkconfig --level 345 vsftpd on
3) service xinetd reload
... This is sure to start the vsftpd... (I assume)
Now
By mistake.. a newbie like me
4) Installs wu-ftp
5) chkconfig --level 345 wu-ftp on
6) service xinetd restart
... Now vsftpd is found only to run... assuming that only one of them can run, safely How can I know which one is running... as both
grep disable /etc/xinetd.d/*|grep no and chkconfig --list will be positive...

My special requirement will also fail, if more services like smbd and cups are included in xinetd.d directory.... and for the first time after chkconfig cups on is done, but xinetd is not restarted....
is there a definit way to know only the service actually running, rather than service which are configured to be started at boot...

Thanks
 
Old 08-11-2004, 07:32 AM   #4
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If you're running xinetd's internal service listing(/etc/xinetd.d/services), you can telnet into it and it'll return the a list of services xinetd is running. By default it only allows connection form localhost.
 
Old 08-11-2004, 07:47 AM   #5
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Thanks ! It was wonderfull

Hi,
Thanx so much, although, I dont get the service application name...
I get is
sgi_fam tcp 1038
ftp tcp 21
services tcp 9098

although if I could get to know if that was vsftp or wu-ftp, it would be great.


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