Could not connect to host 127.0.0.1 (port 8080).

Phil Pinkerton pcpinkerton at gmail.com
Sat Jun 16 11:21:40 BST 2007



Derek Broughton wrote:
> Phil Pinkerton wrote:
>
>   
>> Derek Broughton wrote:
>>     
>
>   
>>> There really should _never_ be a reason to install telnetd on your
>>> system. It's a security hazard, and it won't help you when you're trying
>>> to test another _server_.
>>>   
>>>       
>>    OK but how else was I suppose to test "telnet" ??
>>     
>
> It's the difference between a client and a server.  "telnet" is a client
> that simply sends text to any internet socket (well, perhaps not quite that
> simple).  telnetd is a server that you have no need for (in _any_
> circumstance, imo).  You wanted to use telnet to test access to an http
> server, not a telnetd server.
>
>   
>>> The startup script on the KDE menu is:
>>>
>>> /usr/lib/oracle/xe/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/server/config/scripts/startdb.sh
>>>
>>> Try running it from a terminal, and see what you get.
>>>   
>>>       
>>     The DB starts fine I guess:
>>
>> ps -deaf | grep oracle
>> oracle    5709     1  0 Jun14 ?        00:00:00
>> /usr/lib/oracle/xe/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/server/bin/tnslsnr LISTENER
>> -inherit
>>
>>    I would expect more output than that.
>>     
>
> Come on, now.  You have to try to help yourself here; we can't do
> everything - and given that there are probably about 1 of us actually
> running Oracle XE, I'm the only help you've got :-)
>
> Look at the script - your TNS listener is up, so there's only one line there
> that could have an effect (I expect you get no output from the TNS listener
> step because it was already up).  Try executing the SQLPLUS line - without
> the /NOLOG
>   
I do appreciate the help, believe me it may not seem like it but I am 
trying to fix this without help.

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> In fact, I _do_ expect a lot more than that.  If I run the script from my
> own terminal, I get:
>
> $ /usr/lib/oracle/xe/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/server/config/scripts/startdb.sh
>   ERROR: 
>   ORA-09925: Unable to create audit trail file
>   Linux Error: 13: Permission denied
>   Additional information: 9925
>   ORA-09925: Unable to create audit trail file
>   Linux Error: 13: Permission denied
>   Additional information: 9925
>
> I don't remember exactly what that was, but I know I googled the fix for it
> last time it happened (as you can see, I haven't had my Oracle DB up for a
> week or more).  I'm reasonably certain in this case it has to do with the
> fact that I deleted and recreated the 'dba' group this week - for reasons
> not worth going into that are not related to oracle.
>   



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