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MongoDB “service” on clean Redhat can not be started

I just bring up Redhat 6.5 64-bit from AWS and did the below things: Disabled SELinux Disabled Iptables All ports opened in Security Group Rebooted Then i just followed, both of the below ...
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nfsd fails to start: modprobe: FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.18-238.1.1.el5/modules.dep: No such file or directory

Before asking, here are some system specs: [root@SERVER ~]# cat /etc/*release **##############CARS build log for cars20-rhel-x86_64############## Date: Mon Feb 28 20:06:05 PST 2011 Builder: ...
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Is there a mechanism to run a “service” by a non-root user? [duplicate]

Is there a way I can have a continuously running, background process that can be controlled by me (a regular, non-root user)? All I need to be able to do is start, stop and restart the process. ...
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How to disable a daemon process on RHEL 6.3 like SMF does on Solaris

This problem has been bugging me for a while, we have a program running on Solaris, which managed as a service well by SMF, can be enabled/disabled very easily. Now, according to our market, we would ...
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Startscript: using $! to create pidfile - returning wrong pid (off by one) occasionally

We have 3 instances of redis running on a test server. For some reason, our start script which starts redis can write the wrong pid to a file. Here is what it's doing: su redis -c "redis-server ...
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Properly Setting Red Hat Daemon Umask

I've been trying to figure out the proper location to set daemon umasks in RedHat 5. All my searches lead to setting it in /etc/init.d/functions or /etc/sysconfig/init. What are the pros/cons of ...
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Why does Redhat's daemon function not have a group setting?

Background: I'm a Ubuntu/Debian fan and most of my development experience has been on that platform but my current employer uses Redhat. I needed to write a simple init.d script and want the ...
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Prevent init daemon echoing on TTY

Below is an init script which starts/stops a daemon. The daemon is unfortunately printing the parsed packet data (from /home/nuthan/program/server), a socket server written in perl, listening to a ...