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Error after upgrade from 11.0.3.3 to 11.9.2.3

2 posts in ,  Upgrades and Configuration Windows NT Last posting was on 2000-09-11 13:42:05.0Z
Jon Posted on 2000-09-11 11:27:14.0Z
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We have upgraded our production Sybase servers to 11.9.2 from 11.0.3.3
last weekend and we applied ebf9160

All went well except for an error in the errorlog as follows

NT operating system error 2 in module
'e:\rel1192\porttree\svr\sql\generic\ksource\strmio\n_winsock.c' at line
3481: The system cannot find the file specified.
kernel nl__connect: Could not connect to site 'VUA_S2002_XP', socket 1.

This error did not occur when we tested the upgrade on our test servers.
There appears to be no problems with the overall install, everything
works fine - except for this error...

Does anyone know what the problem is, and how to fix it. thanks in
advance


Regards
Jonathan Meads


Tony Imbierski Posted on 2000-09-11 13:42:05.0Z
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This is a harmless bug. 11.9.2 has a feature called XPserver. The XPserver
runs as a separate process, and might get left running if ASE does not get
properly shut down. When ASE starts, we try to connect to any previous
XPserver that might be running (left over from a previous boot) and shut it
down. Of course 99.9% of the time there is no previous instance of XPserver
so we fail to connect and issue the message that you see.

The bug is simply that we shouldn't issue the message as we *expect* not to
be able to connect. This is corrected in the next ESD. Meanwhile there's
nothing to worry about. Ignore the message.

cheers,
tonyi

Jon wrote:

> We have upgraded our production Sybase servers to 11.9.2 from 11.0.3.3
> last weekend and we applied ebf9160
>
> All went well except for an error in the errorlog as follows
>
> NT operating system error 2 in module
> 'e:\rel1192\porttree\svr\sql\generic\ksource\strmio\n_winsock.c' at line
> 3481: The system cannot find the file specified.
> kernel nl__connect: Could not connect to site 'VUA_S2002_XP', socket 1.
>
> This error did not occur when we tested the upgrade on our test servers.
> There appears to be no problems with the overall install, everything
> works fine - except for this error...
>
> Does anyone know what the problem is, and how to fix it. thanks in
> advance
>
> Regards
> Jonathan Meads

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Tony Imbierski
Sybase Engineering

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