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ADS suddenly stop

5 posts in Linux Last posting was on 2008-10-06 21:27:21.0Z
Sobari Tanuwijaya Posted on 2008-09-28 09:56:42.0Z
Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2008 16:56:42 +0700
From: Sobari Tanuwijaya <tanuwijaya@gmail.com>
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Dear All,
I installed the ads on Centos 5, and it can run without problem.
But two days ago suddenly it stop working, when I checked with ads
from /etc/rc.d/init.d it said it stop, so I tried to run it again with
ads start, it gave me an OK message, but when I checked with ads status
it still gave me stopped status.
When I checked the ads_log.txt
I found:
Message: Advantage Database Server initialization failure. ADS will be
stopped.

and on ads_err.dbf I found 8037 error code (No IP network adapter).

As far as I can checked, there is only one adapter (and it already has
the IP).

What should I do to solved this problem?
I also have tried to remove and install it again, with the same result.

The server is v.9.0.0.7
Thanks in advance for the help.

--


Best Regards,


Sobari Tanuwijaya

---------
Without positive attitudes, the best techniques in the world won't have
much impact.
--Anonymous--


Edgar Sherman Posted on 2008-09-29 14:58:43.0Z
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Sobari,

Check that everything on the network side is configured correctly.

Check the hostname
Make sure the hostname has an entry in the /etc/hosts file
check /etc/resolv.conf.

Finally, check the ads.conf and ensure that you are not setting
LAN_IP_ADDRESS

Edgar

Sobari Tanuwijaya wrote:
> Dear All,
> I installed the ads on Centos 5, and it can run without problem.
> But two days ago suddenly it stop working, when I checked with ads
> from /etc/rc.d/init.d it said it stop, so I tried to run it again with
> ads start, it gave me an OK message, but when I checked with ads status
> it still gave me stopped status.
> When I checked the ads_log.txt
> I found:
> Message: Advantage Database Server initialization failure. ADS will be
> stopped.
>
> and on ads_err.dbf I found 8037 error code (No IP network adapter).
>
> As far as I can checked, there is only one adapter (and it already has
> the IP).
>
> What should I do to solved this problem?
> I also have tried to remove and install it again, with the same result.
>
> The server is v.9.0.0.7
> Thanks in advance for the help.
>


Sobari Tanuwijaya Posted on 2008-09-30 14:21:45.0Z
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 21:21:45 +0700
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Hi,
Thanks for the reply.

the hostname return: DbServer

the /etc/hosts consist:
::1 localhost.localdomain localhost DbServer

the /etc/resolv.conf consist:
nameserver 192.168.1.7

What point should I inspect?


Best Regards,


Sobari Tanuwijaya

---------
Without positive attitudes, the best techniques in the world won't have
much impact.
--Anonymous--

Edgar Sherman wrote:
> Sobari,
>
> Check that everything on the network side is configured correctly.
>
> Check the hostname
> Make sure the hostname has an entry in the /etc/hosts file
> check /etc/resolv.conf.
>
> Finally, check the ads.conf and ensure that you are not setting
> LAN_IP_ADDRESS
>
> Edgar
>
> Sobari Tanuwijaya wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> I installed the ads on Centos 5, and it can run without problem.
>> But two days ago suddenly it stop working, when I checked with ads
>> from /etc/rc.d/init.d it said it stop, so I tried to run it again with
>> ads start, it gave me an OK message, but when I checked with ads status
>> it still gave me stopped status.
>> When I checked the ads_log.txt
>> I found:
>> Message: Advantage Database Server initialization failure. ADS will
>> be stopped.
>>
>> and on ads_err.dbf I found 8037 error code (No IP network adapter).
>>
>> As far as I can checked, there is only one adapter (and it already has
>> the IP).
>>
>> What should I do to solved this problem?
>> I also have tried to remove and install it again, with the same result.
>>
>> The server is v.9.0.0.7
>> Thanks in advance for the help.
>>


Jed Thomet Posted on 2008-09-30 14:47:38.0Z
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Hello Sobari,

I would start with the /etc/hosts file. Having DbServer on the same line
as localhost will likely cause problems, as this makes DbServer an alias
for the localhost address (127.0.0.1). That IP address is only useful on
DbServer itself. The file should look something like this:

::1 localhost.localdomain localhost
192.168.1.X DbServer

(Of course, change 192.168.1.X to the actual IP address of DbServer.) I
think this should get you up and running again.

Jed Thomet
Advantage R&D

> Hi,
> Thanks for the reply.
> the hostname return: DbServer
>
> the /etc/hosts consist:
> ::1 localhost.localdomain localhost DbServer
> the /etc/resolv.conf consist:
> nameserver 192.168.1.7
> What point should I inspect?
>
> Best Regards,
>
> Sobari Tanuwijaya
>
> ---------
> Without positive attitudes, the best techniques in the world won't
> have
> much impact.
> --Anonymous--
> Edgar Sherman wrote:
>
>> Sobari,
>>
>> Check that everything on the network side is configured correctly.
>>
>> Check the hostname
>> Make sure the hostname has an entry in the /etc/hosts file
>> check /etc/resolv.conf.
>> Finally, check the ads.conf and ensure that you are not setting
>> LAN_IP_ADDRESS
>>
>> Edgar
>>
>> Sobari Tanuwijaya wrote:
>>
>>> Dear All,
>>> I installed the ads on Centos 5, and it can run without problem.
>>> But two days ago suddenly it stop working, when I checked with ads
>>> from /etc/rc.d/init.d it said it stop, so I tried to run it again
>>> with
>>> ads start, it gave me an OK message, but when I checked with ads
>>> status
>>> it still gave me stopped status.
>>> When I checked the ads_log.txt
>>> I found:
>>> Message: Advantage Database Server initialization failure. ADS will
>>> be stopped.
>>> and on ads_err.dbf I found 8037 error code (No IP network adapter).
>>>
>>> As far as I can checked, there is only one adapter (and it already
>>> has the IP).
>>>
>>> What should I do to solved this problem?
>>> I also have tried to remove and install it again, with the same
>>> result.
>>> The server is v.9.0.0.7
>>> Thanks in advance for the help.


Sobari Tanuwijaya Posted on 2008-10-06 21:27:21.0Z
Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2008 04:27:21 +0700
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Hi Jed,

Thanks a lot for your help, it's indeed solve my problem :)

Note:
Sorry for a delayed reply.


Best Regards,


Sobari Tanuwijaya

---------
Without positive attitudes, the best techniques in the world won't have
much impact.
--Anonymous--

Jed Thomet wrote:
> Hello Sobari,
>
> I would start with the /etc/hosts file. Having DbServer on the same
> line as localhost will likely cause problems, as this makes DbServer an
> alias for the localhost address (127.0.0.1). That IP address is only
> useful on DbServer itself. The file should look something like this:
>
> ::1 localhost.localdomain localhost
> 192.168.1.X DbServer
>
> (Of course, change 192.168.1.X to the actual IP address of DbServer.) I
> think this should get you up and running again.
>
> Jed Thomet
> Advantage R&D
>
>> Hi,
>> Thanks for the reply.
>> the hostname return: DbServer
>>
>> the /etc/hosts consist:
>> ::1 localhost.localdomain localhost DbServer
>> the /etc/resolv.conf consist:
>> nameserver 192.168.1.7
>> What point should I inspect?
>>
>> Best Regards,
>>
>> Sobari Tanuwijaya
>>
>> ---------
>> Without positive attitudes, the best techniques in the world won't
>> have
>> much impact.
>> --Anonymous--
>> Edgar Sherman wrote:
>>
>>> Sobari,
>>>
>>> Check that everything on the network side is configured correctly.
>>>
>>> Check the hostname
>>> Make sure the hostname has an entry in the /etc/hosts file
>>> check /etc/resolv.conf.
>>> Finally, check the ads.conf and ensure that you are not setting
>>> LAN_IP_ADDRESS
>>>
>>> Edgar
>>>
>>> Sobari Tanuwijaya wrote:
>>>
>>>> Dear All,
>>>> I installed the ads on Centos 5, and it can run without problem.
>>>> But two days ago suddenly it stop working, when I checked with ads
>>>> from /etc/rc.d/init.d it said it stop, so I tried to run it again
>>>> with
>>>> ads start, it gave me an OK message, but when I checked with ads
>>>> status
>>>> it still gave me stopped status.
>>>> When I checked the ads_log.txt
>>>> I found:
>>>> Message: Advantage Database Server initialization failure. ADS will
>>>> be stopped.
>>>> and on ads_err.dbf I found 8037 error code (No IP network adapter).
>>>>
>>>> As far as I can checked, there is only one adapter (and it already
>>>> has the IP).
>>>>
>>>> What should I do to solved this problem?
>>>> I also have tried to remove and install it again, with the same
>>>> result.
>>>> The server is v.9.0.0.7
>>>> Thanks in advance for the help.
>
>