Win32 Error 1062 Cron
sshd_server has the necessary permissions to switch user contexts. Chunyu Igor Pechtchanski wrote: Chunyu, Please do not send Cygwin questions in personal mail unless specifically requested. More replies below. Appendices. click site
In cygwin.com, no search engine is provided. cygrunsrv --install cron --path /usr/sbin/cron --args "-n -x sch,proc,pars,load,misc" sch :be verbose when iterating through the scheduling algorithms proc :be verbose about the state of the process, including all of its offspring pars :be the cygcheck is attached. 3. I experienced exactly the same problem as Andrew described. click for more info
When starting services under SYSTEM account, these services have nearly all user rights which SYSTEM holds... But use sshd_server in place of SYSTEM. I tried it under DOS command envn, same error.
I wouldn't recommend this procedure. Did you look at the system log, or the application one? This page was last updated on 14 December 2010 Cygwin › Cygwin list Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Start a crontab service Classic List Threaded ♦ ♦ Locked cygrunsrv --install cron --path /usr/sbin/cron --args -n The switches are: --install (-I) Installs the service on Windows. --path (-p) Gives the full path to the executable as Cygwin sees it. --args
I have tried cygrunsrv -I cron -p /usr/sbin/cron -a -D cygrunsrv -S cron and set /var/run/cron.pid to a+rw, At the "-S cron" step, I can even see the new record in For your convenience, I'm redirecting this query to the Cygwin list. The instructions for getting a system-owned shell can easily be found by searching Google for "system-owned shell cygwin". http://www.davidjnice.com/cygwin_cron_service.html I am about to start the process of trying to get it to work again. -- Tcl - The glue of a new generation. http://wiki.tcl.tk/Larry W.
You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Since you've already configured and installed OpenSSH, you can use the sshd_server as the user account for the cron service as well. Then, follow the standard guideline to start cron service, as $ cygrunsrv --stop cron $ cygrunsrv --remove cron $ cygrunsrv --install cron -p /usr/sbin/cron -a -D $ cygrunsrv --start cron Hopefully,
I don't know how to search "at /interactive" on "cygwin.com". http://cygrunsrv.error.starting.a.service.queryservicestatus.win32.error.1062.cron.winadvice.org/ The LocalSystem (SYSTEM) account on W2K3 doesn't have the permissions necessary to switch user contexts, which is necessary to run cron in the traditional way. The following information is part of the event: cron : PID 3248 : starting service `cron' failed: execv: 1, Operation not permitted." I checked system log, no error there. As I try to start the services (as local admin), I get: ~> cygrunsrv --verbose -S crontab cygrunsrv: Error starting a service: QueryServiceStatus: Win32 error 1062: The service has not been
Chunyu Liu Is there any information in the log on why the cron program couldn't run? http://3cq.org/win32-error/win32-error-on2.php It's really a headache. Basically, this account should be member of the administrators group, plus it should have the following user rights: Create a token object Logon as a service Replace a process level token Would you mind helping me?
Chunyu Igor Pechtchanski wrote: Chunyu, Do you Google:
But whenever it's "started", it stopped immediately. Another is that you have access to the expertise of many people instead of just one. From: Chunyu Liu
Anyway, the cron eventually worked.
Index Nav: [DateIndex] [SubjectIndex] [AuthorIndex] [ThreadIndex] Message Nav: [DatePrev][DateNext] [ThreadPrev][ThreadNext] Other format: [Raw text] Re: problem starting crontab services From: "Larry Hall (Cygwin)"
Better to run getfacl/setfacl to solve the problem of the extra permissions access. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. I checked Windows Services control panel, the cron is associated with cygrunsrv there. my review here Using Windows security in Cygwin.
When you add the user to the service, Windows will automatically enable that user to run as a service. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. Did I miss anything? The cron does not do any scheduled work either.
the final problem is when i try to start cron, i get the following error: $ cygrunsrv --start cron cygrunsrv: Error starting a service: QueryServiceStatus: Win32 error 1062: The service has All discussion of cygwin-related topics should happen on the Cygwin list unless specifically requested otherwise. Please run 'chmod +r /etc/group', and run this script again. * so i chmod'ed it +r, and ran the script again. * it then reported the following The group membership of cygrunsrv.README.