Ed Griffiths a écrit :
>> First a couple of questions:
>> 1) What level of acedb are you using ? If you are using 4_8, you should try
> the socket server rather than the RPC server. The programs are called
> saceserver and saceclient and details for set up are in wdoc.
I use 4_7. Do you think I should update to 4_8, or wait for 4_9 ?
>> 2) What are your entries in /etc/services /etc/rpc /etc/inetd ??
acedb 20114 rpc.gifaceserver
nbdb 20117 rpc.gifaceserver
madb 20118 rpc.gifaceserver
acedb/1 stream rpc/tcp wait acedb.U119 /usr/local/bin/rpc.gifaceserver
rpc.gifaceserver /database/acedb 20114 1200:1200:0
nbdb/1 stream rpc/tcp wait acedb.U119 /usr/local/bin/rpc.gifaceserver
rpc.gifaceserver /database/Nbdb 20117 1200:1200:0
madb/1 stream rpc/tcp wait acedb.U119 /usr/local/bin/rpc.gifaceserver
rpc.gifaceserver /database/madb 20118 1200:1200:0
>> Some suggestions
>> Have you looked in the server log or acedb log in the database to see if the
> server program even starts up ? If not, then its likely to be a problem either
> with the /etc files or with permissions.
There is no traces in server.log. My guess is that the server does not start at
I actually get the following message when trying to launch :aceclient
[fc at grun fc]$ aceclient xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -port 20114
//! cannot establish connection
//! usage: aceclient host [-port number] [-time_out secs] [-access_info]
[-ace_out] [-ace_in] [-f reportfile parameters]
>> Are you trying to get write access or have you altered the server.wrm file to
> allow universal reading (this is a good idea just to get things started).
I have WRITE_ACCESS_DIRECTORY /database/Write_access
With the proper permission set up for this directory (tried rwx for all)
I have also READ_ACCESS_DIRECTORY PUBLIC
Thanks for your help!