06-17-2014 09:50 AM - last edited on 06-17-2014 06:33 PM by Maiko-I
I have installed some networking (and other) software on my K370 and am now getting the following message after successful bootup (system at the # prompt):
INIT: Command is respawning too rapidly.
Will try again in 5 minutes.
Check for possible errors.
id: ded "/sbin/ded"
This error repeats itself every five minutes and the system does not return me to the # prompt. How do I exit this loop?
Any idea which program is causing this error to appear? What is the fix for it? How do I isolate the particular program causing this so I can remove it or fix it?
On the bootup checking run, I get:
Starting Datakit subsystem - fail (all other checks pass without error)
lvol5 and lvol8 need checking
Is the Datakit subsystem error/fail causing this? How do I check lvol5 (opt) and lvol8 (var)?
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06-17-2014 12:31 PM
Boot up into single-user mode, mount /usr and /var and edit the /etc/inittab file. I would comment out the line that appears to be causing problems, which appears to be the line that starts with 'ded'.
If the syntax of that line in inittab is incorrect then it can cause you problems.
06-17-2014 12:32 PM
As to checking lvol5 and lvol8, I assume the system is saying to check them with 'fsck'.
To do that:
# fsck -y -o full /dev/vg00/rlvol5
# fsck -y -o full /dev/vg00/rlvol8