As far as I can remember it was "YPBINPROC_Domain: Domain not bound".
The reason why I can't check them now is because I removed roots mail. (slap
in the head for me)
I taught I had ran out of space but that didn't fix it.
[root at waynesworld Blondzer]# df -k
Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/hda1 1973472 1171761 699700 63% /
/dev/hda3 3951041 162894 3583720 4% /home
I'm not too familiar with Cron (and come to think of it, Linux as well) but
I read somewhere that it may have caused this. Something like, it would
check your system every 1 min and send a mail to root. I stopped this deamon
but still it didn't fix the problem. Unfortunitly i can't get to my linux
box at the moment, so i can't check /var/log/messages.
I'm sorry that i can't provide more information as of now, But if there is
anything you need to know please don't hesitate to ask.
And thanks a million for your reply.
"Comerford, Wayne" wrote:
> After about three times I decided to check Roots mail. There was over
> mails. When I tried to retrieve these the system crashed. Rebooted and now
> I can log in as root through failsafe to get to the terminal screen and do
> all my configuring from there.
As a guess I would say that the 10,000 mails for root may be quite
to look at ( i.e. they nay be eamiling teh root about some unusual
Also check the logs for error messages ( on my system : /var/log/messages )
I can not say much more without more info.
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