[nas] shutting down cleanly

Paul England pengland at cmtkg.com
Wed Oct 6 09:34:39 MDT 2004

Yes, permissions seem to be 777, but I still get the
Error binding unix socket: /tmp/.sockets/audio[x]
: Address already in use

Fatal server error:
Cannot establish unix listening socket

This is Redhat Enterprise something-rather... not my distro of choice. :)


> On Sun, 3 Oct 2004, Paul England wrote:
>> Is there a way to shut down nasd cleanly?  I'm convinced my previous
>> probablems are not related to nasd (either the OS, or the platform 
>> that I'm
>> using to talk to nasd).  I still, however, have one problem.
>> Using the kill command always leaves a file.  /tmp/.sockets/audio[x]
>> where x = the port offset I use for nasd.  Until I delete this file, 
>> I cant' use that
>> as the port offset.
>     What are the permissions on this file?  Should be 777... Perhaps 
> your OS is doing some 'extra' /tmp/ maintenance?  I'm looking at 
> Mandrake 9.1 at the moment...
>     What kind of error do you get?

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