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Re: Service Configuration



Jan wrote:
In reply to all your emails for which I thank you, I have the following:

I have a dual core computer with 4 Gb memory.
I have system-config-services installed o.99.28-3.fc10 (noarch)

So it's not that.

Could it really be that it takes a substantial amount of time to get this
loaded and active?

Kind regards, Jan
As I explained earlier, if the problem is not a slow computer,
then your problem may be related to installed services that
are not cooperating with the services gui, and in this case,
you may need to figure out which services are "conflicting"
and disable and/or remove it.

There is no easy answer to this.  It took me some time,
to get through *each* service to determine which was "bad"
but eventually, I got it.   I did not keep track which services
were "bad" other than I remembered libvirt.

Some services do not respond well with the services-gui
program and this may the the reason why it is 'slow', but
watching the CPU/Mem gkrellm monitor, it was very
compute intensive.  And yes, it took 25-20 MINUTES,
not SECONDS on a slow (antiquated) system, but then
again, I installed almost every package on my system but
very few services were actually active (I used chkconfig to
turn off all services except the critical ones), even so, the
services-gui contacts (it seems) *all* services in order to
determine it's state, which may explain why it is so slow,
because the status response is not necessarily fast, nor
guaranteed to respond in a timely manner, if at all.
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Aan: Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using Fedora.
Onderwerp: Re: Service Configuration

On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 2:43 PM, Jan <janniesen gmail com> wrote:
Dear reader,



I am trying as root, to get into Service Configuration.



System -> Administration -> Services.



The Service Configuration utility starts but keeps on waiting. Everything
is
grayed out and I can't do anything here.



Might there be a bug or, did I forget something?



Could you please give me an answer to this problem?



Thank you very much in advance.



Kind regards,



Jan Niesen


Do you have system-config-services installed? If not, do "sudo yum
install system-config-services".



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