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    Ignacio is offline Junior Member
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    Smile AIS in Fedora 11

    Hi,
    I know AIS (v 5.1.0.11) is only available for RHEL, but I'm testing it in Fedora 11. AIS installation is ok, but when i try to start irpcd this show next message error :confused::

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    [root@AttunityFedora tmp]# irpcd start
    [C020] Failed in looking up host name (gethostname())
    [C020]
    error ===> get_sock_addr: Can not get host info, gethostbyname() failed for host AttunityFedora
    error ===> get_sock_addr: Success (errno:0)
    [C020] Failed in looking up host name (gethostname())
    [C020]
    No such process; sys_kill_process(): kill() failed, pid is 2951
    Starting a daemon process...
    A daemon process was started
    -------------------------------------------------------------------

    But irpcd runing.:p
    Problem is that servers process, doesn't find name machine, and doesn't connect with irpcd (i think). view next error :mad::



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    [root@AttunityFedora tmp]# cat admin_svc0.log
    Attunity Server Log (V5.1.0.15, LINUX 32-bit) Started at 2009-08-26T12:07:48
    Multi-client server for workspace ACADMIN (PID 2986)
    Using binding 'acadmin', workspace database ''
    [A085] License file does not exist or license has expired.
    [C020] Failed in looking up host name (gethostname())
    [C020]
    error ===> get_sock_addr: Can not get host info, gethostbyname() failed for host AttunityFedora
    error ===> get_sock_addr: Success (errno:0)
    [C020] Failed in looking up host name (gethostname())
    [C020]
    [C022] Server failed to connect and register with the daemon
    [C043] Failed to connect to host :2551:tcp:ACADMIN;2005641285; IRPC: Unknown host
    Closing log file at WED AUG 26 12:07:48 2009
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    Have you found it before?, If it has any easy solution, please tell me, else please not lose the time on it.
    Thank you. :)

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    Boaz Newman is offline Support
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    hostname is not defined

    Hello Igancio

    1) Please run the command nav_util check tcpip and see if host name is defined.
    oracledevlnx(nav) ~/navroot/bin >> nav_util check tcpip
    Checking TCP/IP configuration...
    Definition of 'localhost' - OK
    Local host name - oracledevlnx
    Machine domain name - oracledevlnx.attunity.local
    Machine address - 194.xx.xx.xx
    This test took 0.002 seconds.

    Consult a Linux sys admin on how to define it.
    2) You can try running the daemon with tcpip address:
    irpcd -l xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:2551 start
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    Ignacio is offline Junior Member
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    Hi Boaz,
    Ok, If i run irpcd with ip (irpcd -l 192.168.205.81 start) it works.
    Thank you. ;)

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