/sbin/hotplug: no runnable /etc/hotplug/aaaa.agent is installed in /var/log/messages

February 21, 2010 | In: Centos, Linux, Ubuntu

Hi guys,

You might have been facing the error getting logged in /var/log/messages. Deeper research in Google gave the result that it is the issue with the loaded Kernel.

Before going for and upgrade, just confirm the following.

Check whether the following files are present.

/lib/modules/*/modules.*map      depmod output
/proc/sys/kernel/hotplug         specifies hotplug program path
/sbin/hotplug                    hotplug program (default path name)
/etc/hotplug/*                   hotplug files
/etc/hotplug/NAME.agent          hotplug subsystem-specific agents
/etc/hotplug/NAME*               subsystem-specific files, for agents
/etc/hotplug/usb/                   depmod data for user-mode drivers
chmod 755 /etc/hotplug/*.agent
check tail -f /var/log/messages

Now try the following before kernel upgrade.

The issue should have been fixed by now. If the message is still coming up in /var/log/messages, you will need to go for Kernel upgrade.

Thank you guys..

mm
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Hi All... I have been working the IT Industry since last ten years... Specialized in Linux, Cloud Infrastructure and Solution Design.
On the hobby friend, I do research on IOT, Micro-controllers, Electronics etc.
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