while starting xfs service on centos 5.3 shows error as
starting xfs :mkdir:cannot create directory "/tmp/.font-unix':too many links pls suggest what to do
thanks in advance
on 10/07/2010 – Made popular on 10/07/2010
Your normal one should have that, but the AMA0 shouldn't - otherwise you'll have the problem you have now: you can only enable one at a time.All "enabling" a service does is create a link in /etc/systemd/* to the service file. If you want the same service starting twice you'd need two symlinks (with different names) to the same service file - here you want two differ
I'll make up some (probably ugly) alternative just to have the script working, but I'd like to ask how it could be done more directly anyway. If that's actually possible, which I'm starting to suspect that is not the case.
I need to create Directory under the /usr/local/java in my centos vps server. while creating the directory through ssh login, i got the error message likewise permission denied. I tried sudo mkdir /usr/local/java command also. Again i got the same error. Please advice me.