[XQZone General] A few questions
raff at aromatic.org
Wed Dec 22 14:25:52 PST 2004
If you changed the IP address you should get a new license (the license
is tight to your IP address or hostname or something).
One strange thing that happens when I update the version of CIS (that I
suspect happens also when the license needs to change) is that I can
access the server and everything works fine until I access the Admin
console. At that point I have to accept the license agreement and
update the licensing information or things stop working).
I don't know if this helps but may give you some more ideas.
On Dec 22, 2004, at 12:15 PM, Ryan Grimm wrote:
> I am having a couple issues that I am hoping someone on the list can
> help me out with.
> We are running 2.2-4 on a 64bit AMD machine running SuSe. I
> understand that SuSe is not supported but up until this point we have
> not had any problems.
> We moved the machine recently so its dns entry and ip address changed.
> We got the machine up and running again in its new location without
> any problems. However, I went to go work on some xquery and found the
> CIS server to be in rough shape.
> When I go to the admin page (port 8001) I am asked for a login and
> password, so the server is running and is able to bind to port 8001,
> netstat -ln confirms this. However, once I log in the page is blank.
> This is happening on all of the configured ports.
> I have tried killing the server many times and restarting but with no
> results. Because this is not on a redhat box the provided init
> scripts do not work (SuSe does not have /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions).
> I dug through the init scripts a bit and it looks like 'stop' sends a
> kill -9 to the parent process (the one running as root). I am not
> sure if this is the correct way to shut down the server, so
> instructions on how to do so without the use of init scripts would be
> When looking at the ErrorLog file I see some entries like:
> 2004-12-22 13:06:24 Critical: Server::updateConfigServers:
> SVC-SOCBIND: Socket bind error: bind 0.0.0.0:8001: Success
> It looks like there is a problem binding on 8001, but netstat says
> that the port is open once the server is started. Any way to enable
> more verbose logging might help out out my debugging tasks.
> A part of me is wondering if the database is corrupted but I am not
> seeing anything in the logs that would suggest that. Is there any
> command line tool to check the integrity of the database?
> I think that is about all of my questions for the time. All ideas are
> welcome and thanks for the help in advance.
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