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"Instant Capacity" (iCAP) service fail to start during last boot-up

Md. Zubair Hoque
Occasional Advisor

"Instant Capacity" (iCAP) service fail to start during last boot-up

why did "Instant Capacity" (iCAP)service fail to start during last boot-up?
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: "Instant Capacity" (iCAP) service fail to start during last boot-up

Shalom,

Check /etc/rc.log for error inforamtion.

check the startup script in /sbin/init.d

try running the startup script manually and seeing what the response code is.

look at any configuration scripts referred to in the startup script and see that the setting in the file in /etc/rc.config.d are correct.

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dirk dierickx
Honored Contributor

Re: "Instant Capacity" (iCAP) service fail to start during last boot-up

are you using icap? if not, disable it, and be done with it.
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Kent Ostby
Honored Contributor

Re: "Instant Capacity" (iCAP) service fail to start during last boot-up

Yes, you can disable it in the start file under /sbin.
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Md. Zubair Hoque
Occasional Advisor

Re: "Instant Capacity" (iCAP) service fail to start during last boot-up

No I am not using iCAP. Could you please send me step by step procedure to permanently disable the iCAP? Some where I find that if I disable it, next time when I restart the server again its enable.
whiteknight
Honored Contributor

Re: "Instant Capacity" (iCAP) service fail to start during last boot-up

Hi Zubair,

You can remove the ICOD but you can try this workaround to prevent it from starting

# cd /sbin/rc2.d
# mv S602icod XXXicod
# cd /sbin/rc1.d
# mv K398icod XXX icod

When the next system boot up, it will not start the icod

hope this help
WK
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whiteknight
Honored Contributor

Re: "Instant Capacity" (iCAP) service fail to start during last boot-up

Hi Zubair,

You can remove the ICOD but you can try this workaround to prevent it from starting

# cd /sbin/rc2.d
# mv S602icod XXXicod
# cd /sbin/rc1.d
# mv K398icod XXXicod

When the next system boot up, it will not start the icod

hope this help
WK
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Problem never ends, you must know how to fix it