I have written a program that monitors asterisk to make sure my peers and
channels are all in good order. The program calls asterisk once a min and
then parses the output. The program works fine when launched from the
command line. I then wrote a script to launch the program with the hope of
launching it on boot up from /etc/init.d. When I log into a terminal
session and run the script I am able to start/stop/status on the program
and all is good. When I copy the same script to the /etc/init.d folder and
run it the program fails to be able to access the asterisk bin.
In all three cases I am logged in as root. The script is owned by root and
all it’s permissions set. Anyone have any idea why running my startup
script from the /etc/init.d folder would act differently?
I am running asterisk 1.8.x, On opensuse 11.x. The startup script is
launching a mono application.
Any ideas would be appreciated.