|Subject:||[Nel] RE: Cannot start server|
|Date:||Wed, 7 Nov 2001 12:14:29 +1100|
Thank for that! I have followed the server.dxt documention and have started "admin_executor_service", "naming_service", "login_service", "welcome_service"...but when I tried to start "admin_service", I got into error again, and the logs are:
Log Starting [01/11/07 11:29:24]
01/11/07 11:29:24 INF: Starting Service 'AS' using NeL (Nov 6 2001 15:36:46)
01/11/07 11:29:24 INF: args = 1
01/11/07 11:29:24 INF: argv = 'admin_service'
01/11/07 11:29:24 AST: "localaddr.ipAddress() != "127.0.0.1""
01/11/07 11:29:24 pctest/AS WRN: Exception will be launched: variable "Rec" not found in file "admin_service.cfg"
01/11/07 11:29:24 pctest/AS WRN: Exception will be launched: variable "StringMsgFormat" not found in file "admin_service.cfg"
01/11/07 11:29:24 pctest/AS WRN: Exception will be launched: variable "SId" not found in file "admin_service.cfg"
01/11/07 11:29:24 pctest/AS AST: "localaddr.ipAddress() != "127.0.0.1""
01/11/07 11:29:24 pctest/AS WRN: Exception will be launched: Trying to access to the index 1 but the variable "AESHosts" size is 1
In admin_service.cfg, I have:
NSHost = "pctest";
NSPort = "50000";
AESHosts = "pctest";
What should I put for AESHosts? Do I need to create my own service?
After I have got the server running, I will go for the client on a window machine.
I did have a go on trying to compile the client on Linux, with gcc2.96x, but I received a compile error saying that it cannot reference to "libnel3d.so"...
I read the mailing-archive at 2001-March, it was explained that this problem causes by inline function with gcc, and someone said they have fixed this problem. But I am stilling have the same error. Could you tell me how to fix this?
> Message: 2
> From: "Vianney Lecoart" <address@hidden>
> To: <address@hidden>
> Subject: Re: [Nel] Cannot start server.
> Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2001 10:29:06 +0100
> Reply-To: address@hidden
> Hi Wilson,
> > I have created a ns.cfg and ls.txt
> Theses files are totally out of date, you must take a look to these
> (sorry, they are in doxygen format and not generated so it s not
> to read):
> These files explain how to create a service and how work default
> like naming service and so on.
> Anyway, naming_service doesn t need config file so it works fine
> > 01/11/06 15:38:37 pctest/NS INF: Service ready
> This line means that your services is running fine.
> > 01/11/06 15:38:42 pctest/NS WRN: Exception will be launched: Socket
> > Connection to pctest:49997 (127.0.0.1) failed (111: Connection
> Each server could have an admin_executor_service running on it and all
> services of this server will connect on it. All services try, evenly,
> connect to the AES and if the connection failed, this output will be
> display. It's not an error, just a warning. (look the url for more
> information) Just launch the admin_executor_service and the
> will be quiet.
> Vianney Lecroart
> lead network programmer / nevrax.com
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