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From "Earle, Erik" <>
Subject RE: trafficserver-2.18-unstable on Ubunut 11.04?
Date Fri, 13 May 2011 20:16:36 GMT
So, as it turns out, traffic_cop was not finding and even though
/usr/local/lib was listed in /etc/ and both shared libs existed.

I had to explicitly set  /usr/local/lib in LD_LIBRARY_PATH.   Then all worked great.

After restart, it works as expected.  Guess it just needed to be shaken loose.

Erik Earle --<>
Walt Disney Connected and Advanced Technologies
925 4th Ave - Suite 1600 - Seattle - 98104

From: Kingsley Foreman []<mailto:[]>
Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 7:31 PM
Subject: RE: trafficserver-2.18-unstable on Ubunut 11.04?

I had this problem on 10.04 it actually turned out that the log folder didn't have the correct

Do a strace on it and see if it is trying to write to a folder but getting denied.


From: Leif Hedstrom []<mailto:[]>
Sent: Thursday, 12 May 2011 11:58 AM
Cc: Earle, Erik
Subject: Re: trafficserver-2.18-unstable on Ubunut 11.04?

On 05/11/2011 06:02 PM, Earle, Erik wrote:
I'm trying out the 2.1.8 release on Ubuntu 11.04.   It builds and installs without error but
it won't start.  No error messages.  No logs.  (works ok on my centos 5.5 vm)

Hmmm, works for me on my Ubuntu 11.04 ... Can you either run "sh -x" on the trafficserver
script? Or see if there's something in /var/log/messages or something ? Or what if you try
"sudo traffic_cop" directly (or "sudo "traffic_shell", (or "sudo traffic_server")).

-- Leif

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