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Date:      Tue, 26 Feb 2008 11:38:47 +0100
From:      =?utf-8?Q?Daniel_Dvo=C5=99=C3=A1k?= <>
To:        "'Boris Kovalenko'" <>
Subject:   RE: FreeBSD Port: quagga-0.99.9_7
Message-ID:  <003a01c87863$c4ca8040$6508280a@tocnet28.jspoj.czf>
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Yes, it is strange, but it is there, how could I help you to understand =
more this problem ?

Yes, I meant these:
zebra is running as pid
ospfd is running as pid
bgpd is running as pid




-----Original Message-----
From: Boris Kovalenko []=20
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2008 6:50 AM
Subject: Re: FreeBSD Port: quagga-0.99.9_7


> Hi Boris,
> I have 2 question to you.
> Sometimes when I use quagga script for start, restart or status=20
> commands, there turns up strange message about unexpected operator on=20
> the different routers with quagga.
> I have some routers based on Linux and these errors are not there.
> # /etc2/rc.d/quagga status
> [: 34978: unexpected operator ----<<< strange
Very strange, but looks like this is a problem in system's rc, as my rc =
does not have 34978 lines of code :)
> quagga is running as pid 35227.
> quagga is running as pid 35233.
> quagga is running as pid 35239.
> Sleeping 10 seconds to obtain dynamic routing information...
> And second question about PID=C2=B4s, would it be possilbe instead =
> quagga daemon place the real name of daemons, to see which daemon is=20
> not or is running ?
You mean You want to see
zebra is running as pid
ospfd is running as pid
> For the first question I could send you more information, but my=20
> configuration is clean, I am pretty sure.
> Thanks.
> Bye.
> Daniel

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