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On Wed, Apr 23, 2003 at 02:50:05PM -0700, Richard Crawford wrote:
> > Check how they are called in the init.d script with the argument of
> > "start", and compare it with how you invoke it manually.
> As far as I can tell, they're the same.
> >From the command line, I do (as user cfusion)...
> $ /space/usr/jrun/bin/jrun start admin
> In the script, it's
> /usr/bin/su cfusion "${JRUN_HOME}/bin/jrun $1 $jrun_params 2>&1
> where $JRUN_HOME =3D /space/usr/jrun and $jrun_params =3D admin.

=2E.. I would still really like to see the actual scripts.

> /usr/bin/su cfusion "${JRUN_HOME}/bin/jrun $1 $jrun_params 2>&1

even if you correct this command by putting a close double quote... i
it's not correct.  Need a -c, like...

  su user -c "command"

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