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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Sybase startup error

    Hi,

    when I am restarting my ASE server, i am getting below error message in error log file & ASE is not starting up. Could you please help me out on below issue.

    ASE version : 12.5

    00:00000:00002:2009/10/27 16:13:18.31 kernel ninit:0: listener type: master
    00:00000:00002:2009/10/27 16:13:18.31 kernel ninit:0: listener endpoint: /dev/tcp
    00:00000:00002:2009/10/27 16:13:18.31 kernel ninit:0: listener raw address: \x00021004ac1045b20000000000000000
    00:00000:00002:2009/10/27 16:13:18.31 kernel ninit:0: transport provider: T_COTS_ORD
    00:00000:00002:2009/10/27 16:13:18.31 kernel ninit: t_bind, System error
    00:00000:00002:2009/10/27 16:13:18.31 kernel ninit: All master network listeners have failed. Shutting down.
    00:00000:00002:2009/10/27 16:13:18.31 kernel ueshutdown: exiting

  2. #2
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    I guess there is some problem in your interface file. Check that whether its format is right or not.

    refer the following link
    Sybase

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    The format in interfaces file is correct (tli tcp format). My Solaris Administrator had updated/changed the IP address of the host, without informing us. After updating the interfaces file with new IP address (both master & query entries), ASE Server had started.

    Thanks a lot.

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    Using physical names or addresses instead of logical names will always cause problems. Your error is that you should not place IP addresses in the interfaces file, that is sub-standard. It should be system (machine) name and port number. Your SysAdmin SHOULD be able to change IP addresses without having to tell you or consult with you.
    Last edited by Derek Asirvadem; 11-06-09 at 20:30.
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    Hi Derek,

    Thanks for info. ASE Server that I have configured on Solaris is accepting entries in TLI TCP format by default, which has IP address & port number in hexadecimal form.In this case, can i edit the entries to tcp ether (i.e manually editing tli tcp format to tcp ether format)? Does Solaris Sparc machines support this? If not, how would we resolve this issue in tli tcp format - on Solaris?
    Last edited by Neevarp; 11-10-09 at 09:41.

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    No problem with ASE 12.5 and up when using tcp ether. What version of ASE do you use?

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    Thanks for confirmation pdreyer. All Sybase servers that we use are above 12.5.2. I will edit the interfaces entries into tcp ether format.
    Last edited by Neevarp; 11-11-09 at 05:20.

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    Neevarp

    And replace the hex with plain text; replace the IP address with machine_name. Please.

    All machines support that.

    You can either use vi and edit interfaces, or use dsedit and do the same via the GUI.
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    Derek Asirvadem (Formerly DerekA)
    Information Architect / Senior Sybase DBA
    Copyright 2009 Software Gems Pty Ltd

    I answer questions from the Original Poster only. If you have a genuine question, as the moderators have requested, start a new thread.

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