Re: [aseek-users] aclocal

From: POWERHOUSE (no email)
Date: Mon Apr 22 2002 - 12:30:57 EDT


Ok, this worked, along with Markus's suggestion..

adduser aspseek
passwd aspseek

then enter password for the new created user aspseek and then
su - aspseek
cd /usr/local/aspseek/sbin/
./searcd -D -R

But now I get this error:
Error in query:

So I checked the log and I see this:

Starting search daemon from ASPSeek v.1.2.8
Error 98 in bind(): Address already in use

Any Ideas on what it is talking about?

Thanks
Richard.
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  Subject: AW: [aseek-users] aclocal

  in aspseek.conf and search.conf you set db-connection, there you set user, password, database name and server
  for the database connection.
  have you ran aspseek-mysql-postintall.in in misc-dir? this script creates all the needed databases and tables for
  aspseek. also an user apseek12 with password apsseek12. all that stuff is also written in conf/db.conf (this files
  will be inclueded by aspseek.conf and index.conf). important is that the user rights are "granted" for the database.

      "grant all privileges on {database}.* to {user}@localhost identified by {password}"

  means that the following line is executet:

      "grant all privileges on aspseek12.* to aspseek12 at localhost identified by aspseek12"
      "go"
      "flush privileges"

  Markus Rietzler
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    Cool, that worked, but when I looked at the log file I see this:

    ERROR: Can't connect to database. Access denied for user: 'first at localhost' (Using password: NO)

    What can I do about that one?

    Thanks
    Richard.
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      Sent: Monday, April 22, 2002 4:59 AM
      Subject: AW: [aseek-users] aclocal

      index and searchd should run as "normal" user with uid>100 not as root.
      so when you use another user (eg. your normal useraccount or your www-user),
      then searchd should work...

      Markus Rietzler
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        Von: POWERHOUSE [mailto:]
        Gesendet am: Sonntag, 21. April 2002 06:34
        An:
        Betreff: AW: [aseek-users] aclocal
        Wichtigkeit: Hoch

        Markus, I am having a problem with this error...

        An error occured!
        Can not connect to search daemon

        I did search the archives and found this response YOU had...

        normally you start searchd with

            searchd -D -R

        option -D means start as daemon (in background), -R means restart if searchd stopss..
        normally searchd should run in background as service so it waits to answer requests
        from s.cgi.
        in case that you get the error message, try to look whether searchd is running

            ps -ef |grep searchd

        if not, that's the problem. maybe update to the latest aspseek version.
        as i said in an older version (not sure anymore which it was), searchd crashed
        on my box very often...

        When I try to run searcd -D -R I get this:
        root at azariah [/usr/local/aspseek/sbin]# ./searchd -D -R
        Don't run ./searchd with privileged user/group ID (UID < 11, GID < 11)
        root at azariah [/usr/local/aspseek/sbin]#

        I've tried to just type:
        searchd -D -R
        in Shell but it says command searchd not found
        so I do it this way:
        ./searchd -D -R
        that is when I get the above error.

        What do I need to do to fix this?
        Thank you, so much for any assistance you may be!!
        Chantelle








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