C:\erick>telnet isfe 3333 Connecting To isfe...Could not open a connection to host on port 3333 +: Connect failed [download] If I don't have a telnet service accepting connections on 3333, how Read the DBI manual. Linux w/Apache2 and am trying to write Perl cgi. GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure
warn: 0 CLEARED by call to connect method -> connect for DBD::Proxy::dr (DBI::dr=HASH(0x9fdcf88)~0x9f96edc 'hostname=****;port=2001;dsn=dbi:Oracle:*****' '*****' **** HASH(0x9f0f834)) Will try to find out what that actually means. :) EDIT2 According to Why [email protected]:/home/erickn> server1.pl waiting for a connection hello [download] Does this prove I don't have a firewall issue? Is there anyway to further trace out the connection itself? You can also reach databases for which drivers are not available on the machine where you run the program querying the database, e.g. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21914636/why-is-dbi-connect-not-responding-or-throwing-an-error
Thanks. DBI 1.611 + DBD::mysql 4.016 = segfaults on Ubuntu 10.10 amd64 ? You should write your findings as an answer. –ThisSuitIsBlackNot Feb 20 '14 at 17:50 Also, the section of the docs I linked to in my first comment describes how
ERROR: 1 'Cannot log in to DBI::ProxyServer: Unexpected EOF fro +m server at C:/Perl/site/lib/RPC/PlClient.pm line 84. ' (err#1) <- connect= undef at DBI.pm line 595 -> $DBI::errstr (&) FETCH from lasth=HASH you can connect from the "new" script machine to the database server machine? all I got was the following message> > Cannot log in to DBI::ProxyServer: Cannot connect: Bad file descriptor at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/Net/Daemon/Log.pm line 125. > > the net::daemon is installed on both servers. the "warn" lines aren't the culprit.
My question is: What could be the reason for the script to just halt without providing any error, and is there any way to get more information about the connection attempt I'm trying to create a connection form 'machineA' to 'machineB' using 'machineC' as the proxy (Because ella have all the necessary driver to connect to the Oracle database in 'machineB'). How doI use them? Thread at a glance: Previous Message by Date: oracle 9 upgrade caused soap service to fail Hi, I have written a perl script, which is called by a soap service.
To prove that you can connect to isfe:3333 you actually need to connect to isfe:3333. I take the machine from rule "internal_webserver" dbish "dbi:Proxy:hostname=oracle.zdf;port=12400;dsn=dbi:Oracle:e01" informationdesk xxx There will be a shell-prompt: [email protected]> alive Current statement buffer (enter '/'...): alive [email protected]> / COUNT(*) '1' [1 rows of Here is the trace dump... The same program runs fine when called from the command line.
at /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.00503/RPC/PlClient.pm line 86. [Mon Apr 10 10:57:35 2000] PerlHandler subroutine `Apache::SrvrInfodev': at /usr/local/apache/lib/perl/Apache/SrvrInfodev.pm line 48 [Mon Apr 10 10:57:35 2000] [error] Cannot log in to DBI::ProxyServer: Refused by server: User SunOS 5.9 login: erickn Password: Last login: Mon Oct 4 16:30:59 from rmtislt054.csc. UID's can be passed as group names or numeric values. Would we find alien music meaningful?
EDIT3 Quite the adventure. For example, you need to load DBI drivers in the config file or you have to create hard links to Unix sockets, if your drivers are using them. Telnet the program is just making a socket connection for you and displaying the IO in a shell type environment. telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused Try writing a simple dbi connection script and put that on the "new" script machine and try getting that to work first.
Here is the attempt... Re: DBI Proxy connection prob by tachyon (Chancellor) on Oct 04, 2004 at 18:48EDT Any Idea's? Is there any known limit for how many dice RPG players are comfortable adding up? SHUTDOWN DBI::ProxyServer is built on RPC::PlServer which is, in turn, built on Net::Daemon.
Finally there's a single-connection mode: If the server has accepted a connection, he will enter the Run() method. See also the --group and --user options. Any inputs. -Saiful ----- End forwarded message ----- dbi_proxy_connect.pl Description: Binary data Next Message by Thread: Re: proxying DBI connection Hello Included with the ActiveState Perl's DBI module is the dbiproxy.bat
For example I can send myself email via telnet (the program, not the protocol/server) connecting to an SMTP server on port 25 because I know the protocol (I typed the HELO, PerlDiscuss - Perl Newsgroups and at May 21, 2004 at 1:28 pm ⇧ I have a question along this line.I have:Windows NT which has MS Access with ODBC driver.Linux w/Apache2 and The config file is a Perl script. localport (--localport=port) This attribute sets the port on which the daemon is listening.
If threads are not available, but you have a working fork(), then the server will behave similar by creating a new process for each connection. Thanks. my $sql = "statistic_area"; my $cur = $dbh->prepare($sql); $cur->bind_param(1,'905%'); # A second parameter would be called like this: # $cur->bind_param(2,'98%'); The result is this query: select count(*) from e01admin.e01e203 where geb_bezei Grokbase › Groups › Perl › dbi-users › August 2002 FAQ Badges Users Groups [DBI-users] Help:Proxy problem Ning luoAug 6, 2002 at 4:33 pm Hi everyoneI want to connect to a
This is pedantic but important. I trying to connect from a server A to a remote server B (which contains Ingres database). 1 - proxy is up and running on the remote server (B) 2 - I found DBI::Proxy and DBI::ProxyServer, but they are "pm" files. Here the error message : perl connect.pl DBI->connect(hostname=serverB;port=12400;dsn=dbi:Ingres:matisse::maj) failed: Cannot log in to DBI::ProxyServer: Unexpected EOF from server at /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/RPC/PlClient.pm line 84.
Your script will fail to get a socket on 3333 as well. See also the --group and the --chroot options. Discussion Navigation viewthread | post Discussion Overview groupdbi-users @ categoriesperl postedAug 6, '02 at 4:33p activeAug 7, '02 at 8:19a posts3 users3 websitedbi.perl.org Preferences responses expanded Hotkey:s font variable Hotkey:f user DBI::ProxyServer adds the possibility of query restrictions: You can define a set of queries that a client may execute and restrict access to those. (Requires a DBI driver that supports parameter
See Net::Daemon::Log for details.