I am trying to install a simple program called sfm-zombie but have the issue that it does not seem to create the needed socket file.
It does not show errors and all looks fine but if I restart sendmail it gives an error.
[root@app2 smf-zombie-1.2.1]# service sendmail restart
Shutting down sm-client: [ OK ]
Shutting down sendmail: [ OK ]
Starting sendmail: WARNING: Xsmf-zombie: local socket name /var/run/smfs/smf-zombie.sock missing
[ OK ]
Starting sm-client: [ OK ]
Any idea how I can resolve this or create the needed socket file manually?
I'm not aware of any command-line utility to create unix sockets. Unlike named pipes, tar will not back them up, so I really think they must have little intrinsic use when not connected to a running process.
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