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Hi I have downloaded the free version of ASE for linux and am installing on fedora core2.  During installation I opt to configure, accept the default settings and start the servers. The installation wizard produces the following output. Any ideas?

Building Adaptive Server 'RICHARD':
Writing entry into directory services...
Directory services entry complete.
Building master device...
Master device complete.
Writing RUN_RICHARD file...
RUN_RICHARD file complete.
Starting server...
Server started.
Building sysprocs device and sybsystemprocs database...
sybprocs device and sybsystemprocs database created.
Running installmaster script to install system stored procedures...
Task failed
Open Client message: 'ct_send(): network packet layer: internal Client Library
error: State error: trying to write when connection is expecting a read.
'.  Open Client message: 'ct_cancel(): network packet layer: internal net
library error: Net-Library operation terminated due to disconnect
'.
Open Client message: 'ct_cmd_drop(): user api layer: external error: The
connection has been marked dead.
'.
Error in query: 'select sum(size) * (@@maxpagesize / 1024) / 1024 from
sysusages where dbid = 1'.
Open Client message: 'ct_cmd_alloc(): user api layer: external error: The
connection has been marked dead.
'.
Error: Command alloc failed
Open Client message: 'ct_cmd_alloc(): user api layer: external error: The
connection has been marked dead.
'.
Error: Command alloc failed

Server 'RICHARD' was not created.

thanks in advance
Rich
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did you update you "shared memory max" ?
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yes, i did.up to 64mb
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I always use 500MB or more (guess that depends what you machine has available).

Have you done other sybase/linux installations before (eg RedHat or Fedora core 1) ?
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no, I haven't. I just increased to 64 as that was all that was recommended in the install instructions.
i'll give it another try at a higher amount
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I just increased in to 256 and it made no difference....

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the error tends to point to the network comms:
- does the entries in you interfaces file match your machines IP ?
- is that eth0 interface running ?

what version of Sybase are you installing ?
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Try doing the install in two pieces: install the software first and decline to configure a server.  Then go back and configure the server seperately.

You know, of course, that Sybase 12.5.x is not certified on any RedHat version other than 2.1/3.0 ES (AS/WS).

Bill
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hi, yes, the interface works fine.
I am installing 12.5 ASE.

ok, i'll try the installation in 2 steps.....
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unfortunately the 2 step approach to the installation had no further success....


Building Adaptive Server 'RICHARD':

Writing entry into directory services... Directory services entry complete.
Building master device... Master device complete.
Writing RUN_RICHARD file...
RUN_RICHARD file complete.
Starting server... Server started.
Building sysprocs device and sybsystemprocs database... sybprocs device and sybsystemprocs database created.
Running installmaster script to install system stored procedures... Task failed
Open Client message: 'ct_send(): network packet layer: internal Client Library
error: State error: trying to write when connection is expecting a read.
'.  Open Client message: 'ct_cancel(): network packet layer: internal net
library error: Net-Library operation terminated due to disconnect
'.
Open Client message: 'ct_cmd_drop(): user api layer: external error: The
connection has been marked dead.
'.
Error in query: 'select sum(size) * (@@maxpagesize / 1024) / 1024 from sysusages
where dbid = 1'.
Open Client message: 'ct_cmd_alloc(): user api layer: external error: The
connection has been marked dead.
'.
Error: Command alloc failed
Open Client message: 'ct_cmd_alloc(): user api layer: external error: The
connection has been marked dead.
'.
Error: Command alloc failed

Server 'RICHARD' was not created.

Building Backup Server 'RICHARD_back':

Writing entry into directory services... Directory services entry complete.
Writing RUN_RICHARD_back file...
RUN_RICHARD_back file complete.
Starting server... Server started.
Server 'RICHARD_back' was successfully created.

Building Monitor Server 'RICHARD_mon':

Writing entry into directory services... Directory services entry complete.
Writing RUN_RICHARD_mon file...
RUN_RICHARD_mon file complete.
Unable to log in to Adaptive Server 'RICHARD'.
Unable to boot 'RICHARD_mon' because Monitor Server must be able to log in to
Adaptive Server.
Server 'RICHARD_mon' was not created.

Building XP Server 'RICHARD_XP':

Writing entry into directory services... Directory services entry complete.
Server 'RICHARD_XP' was successfully created.
'RICHARD_XP' will be started when needed by the Adaptive Server.

Done
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Here are a couple of ideas since this looks more and more like a network/interfaces file problem:

1) Can you veryfy that the port you are using is not being used by another facility on the machine?
    I would try using port numbers way up out of the range like 11001, 11011, 11021 for ASE,
    BACKUP_SERVER, and XP_SERVER

2) Does your system get it's IP address using DHCP or RARP?  If so, it is probably not getting the
    same address each time.  There are a couple of ways around that problem.  One way is to use
    the machine (host) name rather than the IP address in the INTERFACES file.  You have to make
    sure that the system will actually resolve the IP address from the name; try PING <hostname>
    and see what it says the IP address is.

    The other approach is to hardcode an IP address for your server.  Personally, this is the path
    I would take at least short term in order to facilitate debugging.  It removes one more
    variable from the equation.

    One other variation on a theme is when there is an entry in the HOSTS file that for LOCALHOST
    that resolves to 127.0.0.1   I have found that, at least for debugging purposes, it is best to have
    a static IP address for the machine and the IP address (rather than hostname) coded into the
    INTERFACES file.

Bill
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1)  the ports aren't assigned to any other service in /etc/services. I tried to rerun the adaptive server config using different ports with the same result

2) the machine has a static ip.

I've tried giving the server the address of
192.168.1.x
127.0.0.1
'HOSTNAME' (from /etc/hosts)

When using 192.168.1.141 instead of the HOSTNAME which I had been using before the message to the console looks somewhat better:

Building Adaptive Server 'RICHARD':

Writing entry into directory services... Directory services entry complete.
Building master device... Master device complete.
Writing RUN_RICHARD file...
RUN_RICHARD file complete.
Starting server... Task failed
Unable to boot server 'RICHARD'.  
Server 'RICHARD' was not created.


but it's still failing. The log file looks like this:


00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.75 kernel  Adaptive Server Enterprise Express Edition (Limits: 1 Engine, 2GB Memory, 5GB Disk space).
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.79 kernel  Using config area from primary master device.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.80 kernel  Warning: Using default file '/usr/local/sybase/RICHARD.cfg' since a configuration file was
 not specified. Specify a configuration file name in the RUNSERVER file to avoid this message.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Internal run-time model set for Linux  - Native
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Using 1024 file descriptors.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.5.2/EBF 12123/P/Linux Intel/Enterprise Linux/ase1252/1839/32
-bit/OPT(Express Edition)/Fri Aug 13 08:27:18 2004
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Confidential property of Sybase, Inc.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Copyright 1987, 2004
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Sybase, Inc.  All rights reserved.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Unpublished rights reserved under U.S. copyright laws.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  This software contains confidential and trade secret information of Sybase,
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Inc.   Use,  duplication or disclosure of the software and documentation by
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  the  U.S.  Government  is  subject  to  restrictions set forth in a license
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  agreement  between  the  Government  and  Sybase,  Inc.  or  other  written
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  agreement  specifying  the  Government's rights to use the software and any
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  applicable FAR provisions, for example, FAR 52.227-19.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Sybase, Inc. One Sybase Drive, Dublin, CA 94568, USA
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  ASE booted on Linux release 2.6.5-1.358 version #1 Sat May 8 09:04:50 EDT 2004.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Using '/usr/local/sybase/RICHARD.cfg' for configuration information.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.81 kernel  Logging ASE messages in file '/usr/local/sybase/ASE-12_5/install/RICHARD.log'.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.82 kernel  Platform TCP network is forced to IPv4-only.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.82 kernel  SQL Server booted with TCP_NODELAY enabled.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.82 kernel  SSL Plus v3.0.8 security modules loaded successfully.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.82 kernel  Network and device connection limit is 1014.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.95 server  Number of blocks left for proc headers: 3232.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.95 server  Proc header memory allocated 1616 pages for each per engine cache
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.98 server  Size of the 2K memory pool: 8192 Kb
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.98 server  Memory allocated for the default data cache cachelet 1: 8192 Kb
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.98 kernel  Extended cache size '0' is invalid. Provide the appropriate size value.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.99 kernel  Enabling Linux Kernel asynchronous disk I/O strategy.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.99 kernel  Initializing virtual device 0, '/usr/local/sybase/master.dat' with dsync 'off'.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.99 kernel  Virtual device 0 started using asynchronous (with O_DIRECT) i/o.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.99 kernel  Worker Thread Manager is not enabled for use in SQL Server.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.99 kernel  Either the config parameter 'use security services' is set to 0, or ASE does not support u
se of external security mechanisms on this platform. The Security Control Layer will not be initialized. No external security mechanisms
 will be supported.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:58.99 kernel  Unix interval timer enabled for sysclk interrupts.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:59.00 kernel  engine 0, os pid 5986  online
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:56:59.00 server  Active traceflags: 1623
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.00 kernel  libomni1 - Component Integration Services loaded; version 'libomni1 - Component Integratio
n Services/12.5.2/EBF 12123/P/Linux Intel/Enterprise Linux/ase1252/1/32-bit/OPT/Thu Aug 12 23:46:45 2004'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.00 kernel  libomni1 - Component Integration Services: using 'Sybase Client-Library/12.5.1/P-EBF11776
ESD #2/DRV.12.5.1.0/Linux Intel/Linux 2.4.18-18.7.xsmp i686/BUILD1251-002/OPT/Tue Mar  9 18:35:15 2004'
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.00 server  The logical pagesize of the server is 2 Kb.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.00 server  Database 'master' appears to be at an older revision than the present installation; SQL Se
rver will assess it, and upgrade it as required.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.01 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID     1]: Initialize disk and create empty all
ocation units on master device.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.35 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID     2]: Bootstrap basic system catalogs in d
atabase.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.37 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID     3]: creating index (table systypes, inde
x ncsystypes)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.37 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID     4]: creating index (table sysobjects, in
dex ncsysobjects)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.38 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    20]: creating table (table sysusages)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.39 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    21]: creating table (table sysdatabases)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.40 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    22]: creating table (table sysdevices)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.41 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    23]: creating table (table sysmessages)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.42 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    24]: creating table (table sysconfigures)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.44 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    25]: creating table (table syscharsets)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.46 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    26]: creating table (table sysprocedures)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.47 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    27]: creating table (table syscomments)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.49 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    28]: creating table (table syssegments)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.50 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    29]: creating table (table sysprotects)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.51 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    30]: creating table (table sysusers)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.52 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    31]: creating table (table sysalternates)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.53 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    32]: creating table (table sysdepends)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.54 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    33]: creating table (table syskeys)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.55 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    35]: creating table (table sysprocesses)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.56 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    36]: creating table (table syslogins)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.57 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    37]: creating table (table syslocks)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.58 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    38]: creating table (table syscurconfigs)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.58 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    39]: creating table (table sysservers)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.60 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    40]: creating table (table sysremotelogin
s)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.60 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    41]: creating table (table sysmonitors)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.61 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    42]: creating table (table sysengines)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.61 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    43]: creating table (table syslanguages)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.63 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    44]: creating table (table systestlog)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.63 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    45]: creating table (table syssrvroles)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.65 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    46]: creating table (table sysloginroles)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.66 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    80]: creating table (table sysattributes)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:56:59.68 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID    81]: Load initial set of attribute-defini
tion rows into SYSATTRIBUTES.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:00.75 server  Warning: Using only the first 30 characters for password
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.80 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   251]: creating table (table syslogshold)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.80 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   252]: creating table (table syslisteners)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.81 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   253]: creating table (table syssecmechs)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.82 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   600]: creating table (table sysreferences)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.84 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   601]: creating table (table sysconstraints
)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.86 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   602]: creating table (table sysusermessage
s)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.87 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   603]: creating table (table systhresholds)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.89 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   604]: creating table (table sysroles)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.91 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   605]: executing SQL statement (declare @ri
d smallint  delete sysro)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.96 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID   606]: executing SQL statement (select lct_
admin('lastchance', db_i)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.97 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1013]: creating table (table syspartitions)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.98 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1025]: creating table (table systimeranges)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:01.99 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1026]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from systim)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.00 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1027]: creating table (table sysresourcelim
its)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.01 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1082]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from sysatt)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.02 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1124]: creating table (table systabstats)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.05 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1125]: creating table (table sysstatistics)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.08 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1126]: Initialize systabstats with valid st
atistics
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.17 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1131]: Creating/Updating the last chance th
reshold for logsegment.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.18 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1201]: creating table (table sysxtypes)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.21 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1205]: creating table (table sysjars)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.24 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1206]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.25 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1212]: creating table (table systransaction
s)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.26 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1213]: executing SQL statement (update syso
bjects set sysstat2 = sy)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.27 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1214]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from syssrv)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.27 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1226]: executing SQL statement (insert sysa
ttributes (class, attrib)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.29 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1240]: creating table (table sysqueryplans)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.31 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1241]: executing SQL statement (insert into
 sysattributes  (class, )
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.32 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1242]: creating table (table syssessions)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.33 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1245]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from syssrv)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.34 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1249]: executing SQL statement (if (select
suser_id('sa')) is not n)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.35 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1274]: executing SQL statement (declare @ri
d smallint  set nocount )
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.36 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1338]: executing SQL statement (delete from
 sysconfigures where con)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.37 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1339]: creating table (table syscertificate
s)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.38 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1340]: executing SQL statement (update syst
ypes set length=@@maxpag)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.39 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1344]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from sysatt)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.40 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1345]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from sysatt)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.40 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1348]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from sysatt)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.41 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1349]: executing SQL statement (grant selec
t on syslogins(procid) t)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.42 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1400]: noting the present database upgrade
level
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.42 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1401]: Update syscharsets with Unicode sort
 orders.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.43 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1402]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.43 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1403]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.43 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1404]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.44 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1405]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.44 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1406]: executing SQL statement (if exists (
select 1 from sysindexes)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.45 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1407]: Grant default permissions on system
tables.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.52 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1408]: executing SQL statement (update sysu
sers set suid = -2 where)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.52 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1409]: executing SQL statement (if not exis
ts (select 1 from syssrv)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.53 server  Database 'master': beginning upgrade step [ID  1411]: executing SQL statement (declare @ri
d int  set nocount on  d)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.54 server  Database 'model' appears to be at an older revision than the present installation; SQL Ser
ver will assess it, and upgrade it as required.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.54 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID     1]: Initialize disk and create empty allo
cation units on master device.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.74 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID     2]: Bootstrap basic system catalogs in da
tabase.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.86 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID     3]: creating index (table systypes, index
 ncsystypes)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.87 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID     4]: creating index (table sysobjects, ind
ex ncsysobjects)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.87 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID    26]: creating table (table sysprocedures)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.88 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID    27]: creating table (table syscomments)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.89 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID    28]: creating table (table syssegments)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.90 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID    29]: creating table (table sysprotects)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.91 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID    30]: creating table (table sysusers)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.92 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID    31]: creating table (table sysalternates)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.93 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID    32]: creating table (table sysdepends)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.95 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID    33]: creating table (table syskeys)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:02.96 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID    80]: creating table (table sysattributes)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.00 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID   600]: creating table (table sysreferences)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.02 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID   601]: creating table (table sysconstraints)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.04 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID   602]: creating table (table sysusermessages
)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.05 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID   603]: creating table (table systhresholds)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.07 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID   604]: creating table (table sysroles)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.08 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID   605]: executing SQL statement (declare @rid
 smallint  delete sysro)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.11 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID   606]: executing SQL statement (select lct_a
dmin('lastchance', db_i)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.12 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1013]: creating table (table syspartitions)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.14 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1124]: creating table (table systabstats)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.16 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1125]: creating table (table sysstatistics)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.18 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1126]: Initialize systabstats with valid sta
tistics
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.25 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1131]: Creating/Updating the last chance thr
eshold for logsegment.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.25 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1201]: creating table (table sysxtypes)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.28 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1205]: creating table (table sysjars)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.31 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1206]: executing SQL statement (if not exist
s (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.32 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1240]: creating table (table sysqueryplans)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.34 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1241]: executing SQL statement (insert into
sysattributes   (class, )
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.36 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1274]: executing SQL statement (declare @rid
 smallint  set nocount )
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.37 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1340]: executing SQL statement (update systy
pes set length=@@maxpag)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.37 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1400]: noting the present database upgrade l
evel
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.38 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1402]: executing SQL statement (if not exist
s (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.38 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1403]: executing SQL statement (if not exist
s (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.38 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1404]: executing SQL statement (if not exist
s (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.40 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1405]: executing SQL statement (if not exist
s (select 1 from systyp)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.40 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1406]: executing SQL statement (if exists (s
elect 1 from sysindexes)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.40 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1407]: Grant default permissions on system t
ables.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.43 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1408]: executing SQL statement (update sysus
ers set suid = -2 where)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.44 server  Database 'model': beginning upgrade step [ID  1411]: executing SQL statement (declare @rid
 int  set nocount on  d)
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.45 server  CREATE DATABASE: allocating 1024 logical pages (2.0 megabytes) on disk 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:03.45 server  Warning: The database 'sybsystemdb' is using an unsafe virtual device 'master'. The recove
ry of this database can not be guaranteed.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.23 server  Database sybsystemdb successfully created.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Recovering database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Started estimating recovery log boundaries for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Completed estimating recovery log boundaries for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Started ANALYSIS pass for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Completed ANALYSIS pass for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Started REDO pass for database 'sybsystemdb'. The total number of log records to process i
s 56.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Redo pass of recovery has processed 2 committed and 0 aborted transactions.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Completed REDO pass for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Recovery of database 'sybsystemdb' will undo incomplete nested top actions.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.28 server  Started recovery checkpoint for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.29 server  Completed recovery checkpoint for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.29 server  Started filling free space info for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.29 server  Completed filling free space info for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.32 server  Started cleaning up the default data cache for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.32 server  Completed cleaning up the default data cache for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.32 server  Boot Count: 1
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.36 server  Checking external objects.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Database 'sybsystemdb' is now online.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Now loading SQL Server's new default sort order and character set
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysobjects: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking systypes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysusers: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysreferences: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysreferences: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysreferences: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysattributes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysattributes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysxtypes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysjars: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysobjects: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking systypes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.38 server  Checking sysusers: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.39 server  Checking sysreferences: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.39 server  Checking sysreferences: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.40 server  Checking sysreferences: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.40 server  Checking sysattributes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.40 server  Checking sysattributes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.41 server  Checking sysxtypes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.41 server  Checking sysjars: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysobjects: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking systypes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysusers: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysreferences: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysreferences: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysreferences: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysattributes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysattributes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysxtypes: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysjars: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysdatabases: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking syslogins: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysdevices: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysconfigures: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysservers: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysremotelogins: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking syslanguages: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking syslanguages: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking syscharsets: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.42 server  Checking sysresourcelimits: Logical pagesize is 2048 bytes
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.43 server  Default Sort Order successfully changed.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.43 server  SQL Server shutdown after verifying System Indexes.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.43 kernel  ueshutdown: exiting
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.48 kernel  Adaptive Server Enterprise Express Edition (Limits: 1 Engine, 2GB Memory, 5GB Disk space).
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.49 kernel  Using config area from primary master device.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  Internal run-time model set for Linux  - Native
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  Using 1024 file descriptors.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.5.2/EBF 12123/P/Linux Intel/Enterprise Linux/ase1252/1839/32
-bit/OPT(Express Edition)/Fri Aug 13 08:27:18 2004
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  Confidential property of Sybase, Inc.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  Copyright 1987, 2004
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  Sybase, Inc.  All rights reserved.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  Unpublished rights reserved under U.S. copyright laws.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  This software contains confidential and trade secret information of Sybase,
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  Inc.   Use,  duplication or disclosure of the software and documentation by
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  the  U.S.  Government  is  subject  to  restrictions set forth in a license
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  agreement  between  the  Government  and  Sybase,  Inc.  or  other  written
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  agreement  specifying  the  Government's rights to use the software and any
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  applicable FAR provisions, for example, FAR 52.227-19.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.50 kernel  Sybase, Inc. One Sybase Drive, Dublin, CA 94568, USA
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.51 kernel  ASE booted on Linux release 2.6.5-1.358 version #1 Sat May 8 09:04:50 EDT 2004.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.51 kernel  Using '/usr/local/sybase/ASE-12_5/RICHARD.cfg' for configuration information.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.51 kernel  Logging ASE messages in file '/usr/local/sybase/ASE-12_5/install/RICHARD.log'.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.52 kernel  Platform TCP network is forced to IPv4-only.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.52 kernel  SQL Server booted with TCP_NODELAY enabled.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.52 kernel  SSL Plus v3.0.8 security modules loaded successfully.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.52 kernel  Network and device connection limit is 1014.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.63 server  Number of blocks left for proc headers: 3232.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.64 server  Proc header memory allocated 1616 pages for each per engine cache
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.67 server  Size of the 2K memory pool: 8192 Kb
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.67 server  Memory allocated for the default data cache cachelet 1: 8192 Kb
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.67 kernel  Extended cache size '0' is invalid. Provide the appropriate size value.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.67 kernel  Enabling Linux Kernel asynchronous disk I/O strategy.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.67 kernel  Initializing virtual device 0, '/usr/local/sybase/master.dat' with dsync 'off'.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.67 kernel  Virtual device 0 started using asynchronous (with O_DIRECT) i/o.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.67 kernel  Worker Thread Manager is not enabled for use in SQL Server.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.67 kernel  Either the config parameter 'use security services' is set to 0, or ASE does not support u
se of external security mechanisms on this platform. The Security Control Layer will not be initialized. No external security mechanisms
 will be supported.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.67 kernel  Unix interval timer enabled for sysclk interrupts.
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.68 kernel  engine 0, os pid 5989  online
00:00000:00000:2004/09/28 09:57:04.68 server  Active traceflags: 1623
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.68 kernel  libomni1 - Component Integration Services loaded; version 'libomni1 - Component Integratio
n Services/12.5.2/EBF 12123/P/Linux Intel/Enterprise Linux/ase1252/1/32-bit/OPT/Thu Aug 12 23:46:45 2004'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.68 kernel  libomni1 - Component Integration Services: using 'Sybase Client-Library/12.5.1/P-EBF11776
ESD #2/DRV.12.5.1.0/Linux Intel/Linux 2.4.18-18.7.xsmp i686/BUILD1251-002/OPT/Tue Mar  9 18:35:15 2004'
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.68 server  Opening Master Database ...
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.96 server  Loading SQL Server's default sort order and character set
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.98 server  Loaded default Unilib conversion handle.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.98 server  Recovering database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:04.99 server  Started estimating recovery log boundaries for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.01 server  Completed estimating recovery log boundaries for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.01 server  Started ANALYSIS pass for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.01 server  Completed ANALYSIS pass for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.01 server  Started REDO pass for database 'master'. The total number of log records to process is 21.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.02 server  Redo pass of recovery has processed 4 committed and 0 aborted transactions.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.02 server  Completed REDO pass for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.02 server  Recovery of database 'master' will undo incomplete nested top actions.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.02 server  Started recovery checkpoint for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.02 server  Completed recovery checkpoint for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.02 server  Started filling free space info for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.11 server  Completed filling free space info for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.11 server  Started cleaning up the default data cache for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.11 server  Completed cleaning up the default data cache for database 'master'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.14 server  Checking external objects.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.15 server  Database 'master' is now online.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.16 server  The transaction log in the database 'master' will use I/O size of 2 Kb.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.16 server  Warning: ASE_HA has no valid license and therefore is not initialized.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.17 server  server is unnamed
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.32 server  Recovering database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.32 server  Started estimating recovery log boundaries for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.33 server  Completed estimating recovery log boundaries for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.33 server  Started ANALYSIS pass for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.33 server  Completed ANALYSIS pass for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.33 server  Started REDO pass for database 'sybsystemdb'. The total number of log records to process i
s 1.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.33 server  Completed REDO pass for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.33 server  Recovery of database 'sybsystemdb' will undo incomplete nested top actions.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.33 server  Started recovery checkpoint for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.33 server  Completed recovery checkpoint for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.33 server  Started filling free space info for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.36 server  Completed filling free space info for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.36 server  Started cleaning up the default data cache for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.36 server  Completed cleaning up the default data cache for database 'sybsystemdb'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.36 server  Boot Count: 2
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.37 server  Checking external objects.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.38 server  The transaction log in the database 'sybsystemdb' will use I/O size of 2 Kb.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.39 server  Database 'sybsystemdb' is now online.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.43 server  Recovering database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.43 server  Started estimating recovery log boundaries for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.43 server  Completed estimating recovery log boundaries for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.43 server  Started ANALYSIS pass for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.43 server  Completed ANALYSIS pass for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.43 server  Started REDO pass for database 'model'. The total number of log records to process is 4.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.44 server  Redo pass of recovery has processed 1 committed and 0 aborted transactions.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.44 server  Completed REDO pass for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.44 server  Recovery of database 'model' will undo incomplete nested top actions.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.44 server  Started recovery checkpoint for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.44 server  Completed recovery checkpoint for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.44 server  Started filling free space info for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.46 server  Completed filling free space info for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.46 server  Started cleaning up the default data cache for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.47 server  Completed cleaning up the default data cache for database 'model'.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.47 server  Checking external objects.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.48 server  The transaction log in the database 'model' will use I/O size of 2 Kb.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.50 server  Database 'model' is now online.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.50 server  The logical pagesize of the server is 2 Kb.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.50 server  0 dump conditions detected at boot time
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.53 server  Resident Node id: f73efd3f2fa0
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.53 server  Transaction coordinator initialized.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:05.53 server  Clearing temp db
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:06.27 server  The transaction log in the database 'tempdb' will use I/O size of 2 Kb.
00:00000:00001:2004/09/28 09:57:06.28 server  Database 'tempdb' is now online.
00:00000:00009:2004/09/28 09:57:26.29 kernel  ninit: cannot find host 192.168.1.141
00:00000:00009:2004/09/28 09:57:26.29 kernel  Cannot allocate resources for listener with protocol tcp, host 192.168.1.141, port 4100, e
ngine 0.
00:00000:00009:2004/09/28 09:57:26.29 kernel  Cannot start any network listeners.
00:00000:00009:2004/09/28 09:57:26.29 kernel  ueshutdown: exiting

thanks in advance

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The error message ,

************ 00:00000:00009:2004/09/28 09:57:26.29 kernel  ninit: cannot find host 192.168.1.141 ************
00:00000:00009:2004/09/28 09:57:26.29 kernel  Cannot allocate resources for listener with protocol tcp, host 192.168.1.141, port 4100, engine 0.
00:00000:00009:2004/09/28 09:57:26.29 kernel  Cannot start any network listeners.

pretty much says it.  There is something wrong with your DNS entries/server, your INTERFACES file entries, and or your HOSTS file entries.

What happens when you try to ping 192.168.1.141  ?

From the address, I would guess you are running on a small network behind a Linksys/Dlink/etc broadband router/firewall and are using it for DHCP.  I would hard code the IP address of the database server so you don't have to worry about floating addresses.

Bill
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pinging is fine. I don't run DHCP here so have a static ip. My /etc/hosts file looks like:

127.0.0.1       RICHARD localhost.localdomain   localhost
192.168.1.141   RICHARD.

My DNS servers are external to my firewall but surely with the entries in the hosts file, the DNS servers are removed from the equation?

thanks for the help so far!
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remove the "RICHARD" from the 127.0.0.1 line
the name should only be bound to one ip address
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sorry, yes, that was a typo.
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damn, that might have explained it
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Hi, i'm still interested and still haven't resolved. Would love some more help but it feels like we cam up against a brick wall

cheers
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understood
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