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  • 1. iidbms shutdown on his own
    Hi all, Here is my problem: I run a Ingres II 2.0/9808 (int.lnx/00) server on a Redhat 7.0 system (kernel 2.2.16-22) The system runs perfectly since 3 years but since Jun 30 2003, iidbms shutdown on his own. I've called the ingres support, and, after checkings, we discover that I've some tables ~ 2 Go on my disk. I've then reduce all of them => each is contained in a file < 1Go. But I encoutered always the same problem. I've then unloaddb -c my database, destroy, re-create and reload it. But I encoutered always the same problem. I've 2 applications (that did not contains even a line referencing iimonitor or ingstop). The first one take some ascii files, put them into a table and run statistics that were put in another tables. The second one did the same but take his informations throught a TCP socket. When I run one of them => no problem, When I run both => iidbms auto-shutdown after 5-10 minutes. CA support ask me to check in my entire system if someone has made a copy of iimonitor and "joke" to stop the iidbms server => of course not. If someone as a clue. I've put my errlog.log file where you can see the iidbms shutdown and the start procedure. Thanks in advance for any kind of help. Sastien Cottalorda System Manager Parkings Publics de Monaco 24 Rue du Gabian 98000 Monaco Tel: +377 93152077 Fax: +377 92057496 e-mail: XXXX@XXXXX.COM

Ingres must be becoming more popular!

Postby Fritz Wuehler » Wed, 27 Jun 2007 09:08:37 GMT

Well! Security issues discussed on bugtraq, a "security vulnerabilities notice" on the support website... patches available! If it's being poked at by "security researchers" that must mean its profile has risen!


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