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We had a brief power outage this afternoon. My UPS kicked in and I was able
to shut down my OSX 10.1.5/MM2 server by hand. When the power was
reestablished, I brought the server back up. Everything seemed to be OK,
I cannot get the Macintosh Manager Service to startup. In Server Admin, I
went to start the service by hand and a message saying "Unknown Server
Status" appeared in place of "Start Macintosh Manager Service" in the drop
down menu. After restarting the server again, "Start Macintosh Manager
Service" appears in the drop down menu. When I select it, it seems to start
momentarily (maybe 10 seconds) and then stops again.
I've tried running top from the command line to see if the process was
really running and nothing indicating Macintosh manager appears. I've also
followed the directions in Article ID #88023 "Macintosh Manager: How to
Recover an Unusable Database" without luck.
I just can't get the service up and running. Apple File Services seem to be
up and running fine. The network configuration still seems to be all dialed
in, just no MM.
Any help or ideas would be tremendously appreciated.
Kevin Haugh, Technology Coordinator
Redlands High School
840 E. Citrus Avenue
Redlands, CA 92374
Voice: 909.307.5500 x259
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