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Re: [certi-dev] CERTI billard test

From: Martin Spott
Subject: Re: [certi-dev] CERTI billard test
Date: Tue, 19 May 2009 07:49:11 +0000 (UTC)
User-agent: tin/1.9.3-20080506 ("Dalintober") (UNIX) (Linux/ (x86_64))

Martin Spott wrote:
> Eric Noulard wrote:

>> RTIA believes that your CERTI_HOST is "http" which is obviously wrong.
>> Are you sure CERTI_HOST is properly set-up in each terminal?
>> If you want to setup CERTI env var you may use the "myCERTI.[c]sh" scripts
> Yup, I knew about these and I'm convinced that I knew what they're
> supposed to do  :-)

Mmmmh, I still get an error when I add "http" as an alias to
"localhost" in the /etc/hosts file. Feels like some general error in
the netwok setup - yet it's strange because every other network
communication works perfectly on this machine and I claim to have a
certain clue about IP networking ....  Ah, wait:

jive: ~> billard -fTest -FTest.fed -n1
CERTI Billard 3.3.3cvs
with TIMESTAMP. If you want without TIMESTAMP add -e option.
RTIA:: RTIA has thrown NetworkError exception.
RTIA:: Reason: Cannot connect port <0> on addr <> : error =Connection 
RTIA:: End execution.
UN Socket(RecevoirUN) : : Connection reset by peer
libRTI: exception: NetworkError (read)
Broken pipe

Port 0 !? Well:

jive: ~> setenv CERTI_TCP_PORT 60400
jive: ~> setenv CERTI_UDP_PORT 60500
(the same for the console window to run RTIG, just to be sure)
jive: ~> billard -fTest -FTest.fed -n1
[identical result]

To me this sounds like the 'billard' test program is a bit uncertain
about its network settings - at least on this machine.

 Unix _IS_ user friendly - it's just selective about who its friends are !

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