Ok, I took a look at the script. As far as variables getting set goes, it has only that “read user dir opts” line and “VAR=/var/local/bitkeeper”. The rest is pretty much the case statement that I’m guessing is there, by default.
I’m having a little trouble with getting the daemons started. “/etc/init.d/bitkeeper start” gives me:
tibor:(12:05:35):/etc/init.d/bitkeeper start /usr/local/bk7.3.2
/etc/init.d/bitkeeper: line 15: cd: /big1/bk/system: No such file or directory
/etc/init.d/bitkeeper: line 15: cd: /big1/bk/system-alpha: No such file or directory
/etc/init.d/bitkeeper: line 15: cd: /big1/bk/eng-dev.d: No such file or directory
/etc/init.d/bitkeeper: line 15: cd: /big1/bk/client-dev.d: No such file or directory
This bit, from the script, I don’t (the “read user dir opts”, part, more precisely) understand:
“while read user dir opts” …
I only got “/var/local/bitkeeper”, with my rsync. I understood what you said about there possibly being an external file, but don’t see where this entire “/big1/bk/…” tree is referenced. I could certainly rsync over that tree, but can’t place it at “/big1”, because “/” is read-only on this nfsroot’d host.
Is there a bk configuration file of some sort that I can modify, such that instead of “/big1/bk/…”, the files under that tree reside in and are looked for in, say, “/var/local/bitkeeper”?