FMS Interactive 3.0 Linux Crashing on CentOS 5 Kernel 2.6.18-53.1.14.el5PAE
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FMS stops accepting connections and throws the following error into /var/log/messages at a rate of 2,000+ messages per second:
Server: Failed to wait for process condition: errno(43).
/var/log/messages very quickly becomes huge -- this morning it hit 15 GB and filled my /var partition.
Only way I can figure out to recover is stop FMS and syslogd, remove /var/log/messages, and start syslogd and FMS. Server will run for seemingly random amount of time before this happens again. I have not been able to correlate this problem with any specific activity or streams.
Any ideas will be appreciated.
Linux Systems Administrator
I am also getting the same error message in my Adobe fms 3.5 server running on fedora 8. There are lots of error messages in my /var/log/messages . The error messages showing are
Failed to wait for process condition: errno(22).
Failed to wait for process condition: errno(43).
The log file size is increasing heavily and also the video streaming is very slow.
It will be grateful if anybody help me to solve this issue.