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Old 06-15-2011, 12:35 AM   #1
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sendmail-2: Wrong number of instances of process sendmail:, expected instances equal


Hi Friends,

I have bees assigned a problem which states that :

sendmail-2: Wrong number of instances of process sendmail:, expected instances equal 1 but found 0


THats it...what exactly this means and how should i proceed for solving this problem...

Please help Me.


Thanks & Regards,

Max
 
Old 06-15-2011, 10:51 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by maxymaxymaxymaxymaxy View Post
Hi Friends,
I have bees assigned a problem which states that :

sendmail-2: Wrong number of instances of process sendmail:, expected instances equal 1 but found 0

THats it...what exactly this means and how should i proceed for solving this problem...
There's very little we can help with here, unless you provide some useful details. Version/distro of Linux? Where you're getting this error? What you're doing to GET the error? Things like that.

The message would seem to indicate that you're running some sort of program/script to get that message...without knowing WHAT that is, when you're running it and seeing the message, and what the program/script does, there's little we can do.
 
  


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