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Sybase Connection Problem

Hi,

I have a server with redhat 7.1 and sybase 12.5 and have this error
 
 Msg 7207, Level 17, State 3:
Server 'srv_prd', Procedure 'xp_cmdshell', Line 2:
Can't open a connection to site 'SRV_PRD_XP' because there are no remote
connections available. Rerun when there are fewer remote users and/or fewer
local users making remote accesses, or contact a user with System Administrator
(SA) role.
Msg 7205, Level 18, State 3:
Server 'srv_prd', Procedure 'xp_cmdshell', Line 2:
Can't open a connection to site 'SRV_PRD_XP'.  See the error log file in the SQL
Server boot directory.


Can helpme ?

Marco.


PD: sorry, mi english is bad :-(

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caquevedo
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ChrisKingCommented:
Is the XP server (SRV_PRD_XP) running on the linux box ?
Is the SRV_PRD_XP server defined in $SYBASE/interfaces on the linux box ?
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grant300Commented:
Check the server configuration setting for number of remote connections.
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grant300Commented:
Well, I guess that is O.K. except that I sent the guy to exactly the spot he needed to go to fix the problems

Bill
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ChrisKingCommented:
I object, Venabili has no Sybase experience and is not qualified to be a CV in this TA
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ChrisKingCommented:
Objection: 2 suitable answers have been given and the question has been abandoned by the asker this should not be deleted
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