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Peter J. Pouliot
2006-04-23, 11:57
hi all. Just upgraded the slimserver to fc5. however the init.d script seems to have problems. It starts up fine, however when it tries to do a shutdown or restart if fails and never stops the running process. I started with stable and moved to nightly and am still having the problem. I currently don't see anything in the logs. Anyone have any ideas?

cheers,

p

Jeff
2006-04-23, 18:50
I'm having a number of problems on Fedora Core5:

1. The install failed since /usr/local/slimserver didn't exist (this used to be created automatically). I created it, and the install finished. But ...

2. When I created it, the template stuff didn't get downloaded since the directory existed. I forced an upgrade, this seemed to take care of that.

3. I needed to run ./Bin/build-perl-modules.pl (never needed to do that before). That seemed to run fine.

4. I could now start SlimServer. But it immediately crashed. In /tmp/slimserver.log, I see:

2006-04-23 18:45:57.8883 DBD::SQLite::db tables failed: not an error(21) at dbdimp.c line 398 at /usr/local/slimserver/Slim/DataStores/DBI/DataModel.pm line 209.
DBD::SQLite::db tables failed: not an error(21) at dbdimp.c line 398 at /usr/local/slimserver/Slim/DataStores/DBI/DataModel.pm line 209.

Bummer ...

Suggestions?

-- Jeff

Ben Sandee
2006-04-23, 20:16
On 4/23/06, Jeff <Jeff.26qx1n1145843701 (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com> wrote:
>
> 4. I could now start SlimServer. But it immediately crashed. In
> /tmp/slimserver.log, I see:
>
> 2006-04-23 18:45:57.8883 DBD::SQLite::db tables failed: not an
> error(21) at dbdimp.c line 398 at
> /usr/local/slimserver/Slim/DataStores/DBI/DataModel.pm line 209.
> DBD::SQLite::db tables failed: not an error(21) at dbdimp.c line 398 at
> /usr/local/slimserver/Slim/DataStores/DBI/DataModel.pm line 209.


You might be better served on the Unix/Linux forum/list but this last error
is a buggy version of libdbd-sqlite3-perl (at least on my Debian install).
I had to upgrade to 1.12 from the 1.11 which is currently in 'testing' on
Debian. I'd look for an updated package for FC5.

Ben