gpg: failed to create temporary file
Joseph Oreste Bruni
jbruni at me.com
Wed Feb 4 21:11:05 CET 2009
I'm not that familiar with BPEL, so perhaps you can elaborate on it.
When it starts a shell to execute commands as a user (oracle in this
case), does it always launch the shell specified in the user's /etc/
passwd (/bin/bash) or does it simply start a POSIX shell (/bin/sh). If
BPEL only starts a POSIX shell, then you will not pick up anything
from .bash_profile. Indeed, unless the shell is started as a "login"
shell, you might not even get .profile.
If BPEL avoids starting any sort of shell and simply runs the programs
directly (via fork() and exec()), then you may not even get $HOME
depending on what environment variables BPEL passes in to the exec()
Try running the "env" command from BPEL and review the results. Pay
particular attention to the contents of $SHELL, $HOME, and look to see
if $GNUPGHOME is present and set as expected.
On Feb 4, 2009, at 12:55 PM, lee_andre at bellsouth.net wrote:
> Here is the bash_profile for oracle
> -bash-3.00$ more .bash_profile
> export GNUPGHOME=/opt/oracle/.gnupg
> export ORACLE_BASE=/opt/oracle
> export ORACLE_HOME=/opt/oracle/product/10.1.3.1/OracleAS_1
> export PATH=$PATH:$ORACLE_HOME/bin:$ORACLE_HOME/opmn/bin:/usr/sbin:/
> usr/sbin; e
> xport PATH
> unset USERNAME
> umask 022
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