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Database server not found

Database server not found

Database server not found

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We've recently begun using LMS 2.6. (Solaris)  After getting up and running, we found we needed to increase the /opt/CSCOpx partition.  That is the only change I can think of since the problem started.  Now everytime I stop the daemons, I get the message below.  I have run reinitdb.pl on Campus Manager and dbRestoreOrig.pl on RME and CS.  None of this seems to help.


TAC has been working on this but I've gotten no results.  I'm thinking I could get some better help here.


/opt/CSCOpx/bin/dbstop.pl all
Adaptive Server Anywhere Command File Hiding Utility Version 9.0.0.1364
        Stopping database engine rmengEng
Adaptive Server Anywhere Stop Engine Utility Version 9.0.0.1364
Unable to stop database server -- Database server not found.
Adaptive Server Anywhere Command File Hiding Utility Version 9.0.0.1364
        Stopping database engine cmfEng
Adaptive Server Anywhere Stop Engine Utility Version 9.0.0.1364
Unable to stop database server -- Database server not found.

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