OpenServer Error? 
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 OpenServer Error?

When I run my OpenServer server, I get the following error:

SRVLIB ERROR: 16027/20. Can't bind socket.
SRVLIB ERROR: 16010/20. Initialization failed for network 'tcp' on machine 'cfdev3'.
server initialization failed

It used to run fine until today.  Could someone point me in the right direction
as to what caused the error (given the error msg)?

Thanks!

Frank G.
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Sun, 13 Aug 1995 00:06:33 GMT
 OpenServer Error?

Quote:

>When I run my OpenServer server, I get the following error:

>SRVLIB ERROR: 16027/20. Can't bind socket.
>SRVLIB ERROR: 16010/20. Initialization failed for network 'tcp' on machine 'cfdev3'.
>server initialization failed

You most likely have another copy of Open Server using the same
server name and port number running on the same host.
Check your interface file and your system's socket port usage.

Jeff Lin
Texaco, Inc.
(713)-975-4592



Tue, 15 Aug 1995 23:23:47 GMT
 OpenServer Error?
|> When I run my OpenServer server, I get the following error:
|>
|> SRVLIB ERROR: 16027/20. Can't bind socket.
|> SRVLIB ERROR: 16010/20. Initialization failed for network 'tcp' on machine 'cfdev3'.
|> server initialization failed
|>
|> Frank G.

Are you attempting to restart it immediately after shutting it down?
Sockets take about 60 seconds to drain after the connection is closed.
If there is nothing else bound to that socket (like another copy of
your Open Server) then wait a minute and it should be OK.  

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Mon, 21 Aug 1995 07:13:44 GMT
 OpenServer Error?

|> |> When I run my OpenServer server, I get the following error:
|> |>
|> |> SRVLIB ERROR: 16027/20. Can't bind socket.
|> |> SRVLIB ERROR: 16010/20. Initialization failed for network 'tcp' on machine 'cfdev3'.
|> |> server initialization failed
|> |>
|> |> Frank G.
|>

Make sure you have added the server name in the interfaces file and the
sysservers table(if you are accessing thru sqlserver). The stored proc
sp_addserver does that for you.



Sun, 27 Aug 1995 22:31:11 GMT
 OpenServer Error?

|> |> When I run my OpenServer server, I get the following error:
|> |>
|> |> SRVLIB ERROR: 16027/20. Can't bind socket.
|> |> SRVLIB ERROR: 16010/20. Initialization failed for network 'tcp' on machine 'cfdev3'.
|> |> server initialization failed
|> |>
|> |> Frank G.
|>
|> Are you attempting to restart it immediately after shutting it down?
|> Sockets take about 60 seconds to drain after the connection is closed.
|> If there is nothing else bound to that socket (like another copy of
|> your Open Server) then wait a minute and it should be OK.  
|>
|>
|> --

Boy, we're finally getting our news feed back...  Sorry about the
delay here (apropos considering the topic :)).

Actually, that behavior was changed in Open Server 2.0.  There is
an option called "TCP_NODELAY" that we now turn on for our sockets.
This tells TCP *not* to keep the connection around for 60 seconds
after the socket is closed.

More likely what's happening is there is already an Open Server
running in the background and using the same port number.  Use
'ps' to see if that's the case.  

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Tue, 29 Aug 1995 01:37:32 GMT
 OpenServer Error?

|> |> When I run my OpenServer server, I get the following error:
|> |>
|> |> SRVLIB ERROR: 16027/20. Can't bind socket.
|> |> SRVLIB ERROR: 16010/20. Initialization failed for network 'tcp' on machine 'cfdev3'.
|> |> server initialization failed
|> |>
|> |> Frank G.
|>
|> Are you attempting to restart it immediately after shutting it down?
|> Sockets take about 60 seconds to drain after the connection is closed.
|> If there is nothing else bound to that socket (like another copy of
|> your Open Server) then wait a minute and it should be OK.  
|>
|>
|> --

Note that you can determine the status of the
port by running a 'netstat'.  

        Jamie



Thu, 31 Aug 1995 07:35:50 GMT
 
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