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Message Posted: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 @ 19:35:16 GMT
I've got the Teradata demo s/w (version 5.0) running on my laptop which uses Windows XP service pack 2. This installation is 'months old' and has always worked fine... until a couple of weeks ago. I cannot connect (i.e. logon) to the DBMS anymore.
Using the DBW I get messages as below
- attempting to connect to CNS
- Connection lost windows error (10061) bad address
Using Queryman (therefore ODBC) I get "host unreachable".
I've checked the hosts file and that looks ok. I've got "demotdatcop1" and "demotdat" entries. I can ping using those names. I can ping "localhost".
If I look in the Windows Control Panel/Services applet it says that the "Teradata GTW Reserve Port" service is started. The "Teradata Database Initiator (recond)" service is not showing as started, but if I try and start it I get a message saying that the 'service is already stated, this instance is terminating'.
If I use the "Teradata Service Control" application, that says that "Teradata is running".
I can use the "Teradata Command Prompt" to issue a "tpareset" command. Looking in the Windows Control Panel/Event Viewer applet I can see all of the normal startup messages, starting AMP partitions, starting PE partitions, system is operational etc etc.
What's going wrong ? I'm not aware of any other changes to my laptop at the time that this stopped working.
I've a feeling that this is going to be a very simple fix, but I cannot think what it is right now.
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