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LNS/LonMaker fails to start

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#1 awalsh



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Posted 13 April 2007 - 05:27 AM

LNS/LonMaker fails to start Andrew Walsh awalsh andrew.walsh@controltechniques.comHi,

Recently, the installation of LonMaker on my PC has failed to start (a similar problem occurs if I start the LNS server manually, which leads me to think the problem is occurring with LNS). When I start LonMaker I get the following error message: "Could not listen on _poet/tcp: The address specified is already in use or another server already running. (-2532)" in a dialog titled "FastObjects Runtime System". I click OK on this dialog and I another error "The database server process could not be started. (Subsystem: LNS, #33)" in a dialog titled "Echelon LonMaker". When I start the LNS server directly, the first error message is the same (except it appears twice), but then the next error message is different: "ERROR opening LCA Global database Problem connecting with the database server process. (Subsystem: LNS, #36)[DB #-2523]"

Any ideas? I'm running under Windows XP professional SP2.


Andrew Walsh.

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Posted 16 September 2008 - 05:49 AM

LNS/LonMaker fails to start Andy Westmorland aw andy.westmorland@btinternet.comI've just experienced the same problem, but only after I applied Windows XP SP3.

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Posted 17 September 2008 - 12:23 AM

LNS/LonMaker fails to start Matthias Luerkens mluerkens mluerkens@gesytec.deHi,
check at first the firewall settings.
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Posted 17 September 2008 - 12:57 AM

LNS/LonMaker fails to start Jacques Sarot Jacques j.sarot@arcinfo.comHi,

I think that your problem is a conflict on TCP ports.

This problem is explained here:

Jacques Sarot
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Posted 26 February 2009 - 05:59 AM

LNS/LonMaker fails to start KK Htoo kkhtoo kwekaw@gmail.comWhat are other things installed at your pc?
Check with "Netstat -an" from command prompt and you will see port 600x occupied with some service.
Stop the service that connected to this port.


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