[asterisk-users] Having problem getting Asterisk to work on CentOS 7
rwheeler at artifact-software.com
Wed Mar 15 19:29:41 CDT 2017
Have you tried to turn of Selinux permanently?
I don't see why it would be required on a system that has no users.
In /etc/selinux/config I set SELINUX to disabled
# This file controls the state of SELinux on the system.
# SELINUX= can take one of these three values:
# enforcing - SELinux security policy is enforced.
# permissive - SELinux prints warnings instead of enforcing.
# disabled - No SELinux policy is loaded.
# SELINUXTYPE= can take one of three two values:
# targeted - Targeted processes are protected,
# minimum - Modification of targeted policy. Only selected processes
# mls - Multi Level Security protection.
This will make sure that you start up without Selinux.
This may partition your problem so that you know where to focus.
I use systemd for everything.
All of my servers are running some version of CentOS 7
On 15/03/2017 12:40 PM, Dan Cropp wrote:
> Thanks Jason.
> I will try to explain what I’m seeing for this issue.
> I did a fresh install of CentOS 7 Minimal into a VM with VMWare
> Workstation. Followed the Asterisk from Source instructions using
> pjproject 2.6 and asterisk 13.14.0 for the configure, install, … At
> the end of the asterisk portion, I ran the make config which I
> understand installs the Initialization scripts.
> After this, when I restart my CentOS 7 Minimal, I was seeing the
> safe_asterisk process, but asterisk would not start. I could run it
> from the command line and it would run.
> It was suggested that it’s an selinux problem. They had me try
> ‘setenforce 0’. After this, asterisk process starts running.
> As I understand it, there was mention of using systemd instead of
> using safe_asterisk.
> Other e-mails indicated I should look at the audit.log, so I included
> that information. This audit.log mentioned astdb.sqlite3, so I wasn’t
> sure if that’s the problem.
> I also just tried a restart and ran ‘systemctl start asterisk’. This
> did not start the asterisk process.
> Through the various recommendations, I’ve become confused on what the
> correct path would be. I have had zero problems with Debian and
> Asterisk for many years. Making the change to CentOS. Followed the
> instructions from asterisk.org, but for some reason I hit a problem
> with this on my CentOS VM.
> Simply looking for guidance on what the correct approach to solve this
> problem is.
> Have a great day!
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> *Subject:* Re: [asterisk-users] Having problem getting Asterisk to
> work on CentOS 7
> The history of the question is lost (in the mail thread) so I’ll jump
> in based on what I could see in my recent mail and the subject line:
> -The ASTDB should have no impact on Asterisk service start (which I
> assume is the problem given the subject line)
> -If you disabled SElinux then that’s not the problem in starting asterisk
> From another posting it appears that you can start Asterisk from the
> binary, and from safe_asterisk. If that’s correct, then are you able
> to start/stop Asterisk from the service file? With CentOS7 that would be:
> systemctl start asterisk
> Is your asterisk service file present? (You can create one easily
> based on samples on the internet). If you have an asterisk service
> file but startup fails post the relevant portion of your syslog
> If your question has changed (you mentioned ‘the first problem’) then
> ignore the above; jumping in late.
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