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Problems with a dStore connection [message #32980] Mon, 09 March 2009 12:46 Go to next message
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Messages: 8
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,

IŽm trying to use RDT to work with a project stored in our departmentŽs
cluster
from my laptop. I've installed the RDT server (a daemon as root in port
4075) that starts a server in port 4033 for each connection. IŽve
configured the server to use SSL.

IŽve defined in my laptop two RSE connections, one SSH based and one
dStore based. The SSH based works fine, I can see and work with my remote
files, start shells and terminals. By the contrary, the dstore based
connection connects me to the server (as notified in the cluster console
and in the properties of the connection) but I can only start terminals
(that use SSH not dStore). I get "File '.' not found" and Empty List
messages for the Files and Processes parts of the connection, and "blank"
consoles for the Shell part.

I'm using MacOSX 10.5 and Eclipse 3.4.1 with RSE DStore 3.0.1 plugin. My
firewall is configured to not allow incoming connections by default, but I
accept incoming connections for Eclipse (I donŽt know if this has anything
to do with the problem).

Because I want to use the remote build and indexing features of RDT IŽd
really appreciate your assistance.

Excuse me if this question was more appropriate for the PTP newsgroup. I
wasnŽt sure where to post it first.
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #33050 is a reply to message #32980] Mon, 09 March 2009 15:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David McKnight is currently offline David McKnightFriend
Messages: 244
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Hi Xo
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #33051 is a reply to message #33050] Tue, 10 March 2009 13:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
No real name is currently offline No real nameFriend
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Hi Dave,

contents of .eclipse/RSE are:

[pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
total 24
4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Feb 26 12:52 .
4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:32 pardo
4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 18 14:01 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 3549 Mar 5 17:35 rsecomm.log
4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:34 xoan


pardo and xoan directories contain the following:

pardo:
total 4
-rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:32 rmt_classloader_cache.jar

xoan:
total 4
-rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:34 rmt_classloader_cache.jar


and rsecomm.log has the following message repeated 13 times:

------------------------------------------------------------ ---
Thu Mar 05 17:35:01 CET 2009
ERROR UniversalProcessMiner: Unsupported subject for command: DataElement
{
Type: universal.FilterObject
Name: .
Value: .
ID:
Source: .
Depth: 1
DataStore: server_host
}

------------------------------------------------------------ ---


I try to connect using pardo login. I think that the xoan directory was
created the first time I tried to connect using an erroneous user name. It
could be that the log messages were generated once I was playing with
filters trying to solve the problem.

I removed the RSE directory and started a connection from the beginning.
Following is the sequence of events in case it could help:

1) I started the daemon in our cluster

[root@nm rdt-server]# ./daemon.pl &
[1] 22564
[root@nm rdt-server]# SSL Settings
[daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
[daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
[server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
[server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
Daemon running on: nm.des.udc.es, port: 4075

2) Check the daemon is running

[pardo@nm rdt-server]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
-DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
-DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
4075

3) Started a connection from Eclipse

4) A password is requested (I suppose it is for the RDT daemon). I enter
the
password of the user pardo.

5) In the cluster, the RDT server is started

[pardo@nm]$ handshake completed
launched new server on 4033
SSL Settings
[daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
[daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
[server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
[server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]

6) In Eclipse, a dialog informs that an SSL connection is being established

7) A second password is requested (I suppose it is for the SSH daemon). I
enter the same password as in step 4.

8) The connection is completed. All subsystems are connected as it appears
in the Properties view.

9) Check that the server is running on the cluster

[pardo@nm]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
-DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
-DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
4075
root 22681 0.0 0.1 80576 2612 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 perl
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server//auth.pl pardo
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ 4033 120000 1236688249538
/usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre
root 22683 0.0 0.0 100988 1264 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 su -p
pardo -c /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
-DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033 120000 1236688249538
pardo 22684 0.4 1.8 837816 38120 ? Ssl 13:30 0:02
/usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
-DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033 120000 1236688249538

10) In Eclipse I try to open the Files part of my connection.

In the Files tree the message "Pending..." is shown
In the Progress View the message "Resolving ./*" is shown, there's no
progress: always 0%.
No messages in the Error Log View.

11) After a while the message "File '.' not found" is shown in the Files
tree.

Contents of the ./eclipse/RSE directory in the cluster are:

[pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
total 12
4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 .
4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Mar 10 13:30 rmt_classloader_cache.jar

As you can see, there isn't a log file.

And that's all. Sorry for the long message.

Thanks very much,
Xoán



David McKnight wrote:

> Hi Xoán,

> Are you able to see whether there are any messages logged on the console
> that started the daemon? Are there a .dstoreTrace log file under the
> directory ~/.eclipse/RSE?

> Thanks,
> Dave

> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:a224b36f5f9a1f0dd1e14e5a08b94974$1@www.eclipse.org...
>> Hi,
>>
>> IŽm trying to use RDT to work with a project stored in our departmentŽs
>> cluster
>> from my laptop. I've installed the RDT server (a daemon as root in port
>> 4075) that starts a server in port 4033 for each connection. IŽve
>> configured the server to use SSL.
>>
>> IŽve defined in my laptop two RSE connections, one SSH based and one
>> dStore based. The SSH based works fine, I can see and work with my remote
>> files, start shells and terminals. By the contrary, the dstore based
>> connection connects me to the server (as notified in the cluster console
>> and in the properties of the connection) but I can only start terminals
>> (that use SSH not dStore). I get "File '.' not found" and Empty List
>> messages for the Files and Processes parts of the connection, and "blank"
>> consoles for the Shell part.
>>
>> I'm using MacOSX 10.5 and Eclipse 3.4.1 with RSE DStore 3.0.1 plugin. My
>> firewall is configured to not allow incoming connections by default, but I
>> accept incoming connections for Eclipse (I donŽt know if this has anything
>> to do with the problem).
>>
>> Because I want to use the remote build and indexing features of RDT IŽd
>> really appreciate your assistance.
>>
>> Excuse me if this question was more appropriate for the PTP newsgroup. I
>> wasnŽt sure where to post it first.
>>
>>
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #33227 is a reply to message #33051] Thu, 12 March 2009 14:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David McKnight is currently offline David McKnightFriend
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Hi Xo
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #33336 is a reply to message #33051] Thu, 19 March 2009 12:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin OberhuberFriend
Messages: 985
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Hi Xoan,

could you file a bug for follow-up disucssion on this please?
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/enter_bug.cgi?product=Target
Management&component=RSE

Thanks,
--
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




Xoán C. Pardo wrote:
> Hi Dave,
>
> contents of .eclipse/RSE are:
>
> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
> total 24
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Feb 26 12:52 .
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:32 pardo
> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 18 14:01 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 3549 Mar 5 17:35 rsecomm.log
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:34 xoan
>
>
> pardo and xoan directories contain the following:
>
> pardo:
> total 4
> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:32 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>
> xoan:
> total 4
> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:34 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>
>
> and rsecomm.log has the following message repeated 13 times:
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
> Thu Mar 05 17:35:01 CET 2009
> ERROR UniversalProcessMiner: Unsupported subject for command: DataElement {
> Type: universal.FilterObject
> Name: .
> Value: .
> ID:
> Source: .
> Depth: 1
> DataStore: server_host
> }
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>
>
> I try to connect using pardo login. I think that the xoan directory was
> created the first time I tried to connect using an erroneous user name.
> It could be that the log messages were generated once I was playing with
> filters trying to solve the problem.
>
> I removed the RSE directory and started a connection from the beginning.
> Following is the sequence of events in case it could help:
>
> 1) I started the daemon in our cluster
>
> [root@nm rdt-server]# ./daemon.pl &
> [1] 22564
> [root@nm rdt-server]# SSL Settings
> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
> Daemon running on: nm.des.udc.es, port: 4075
> 2) Check the daemon is running
>
> [pardo@nm rdt-server]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
> -DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
> 4075
>
> 3) Started a connection from Eclipse
>
> 4) A password is requested (I suppose it is for the RDT daemon). I enter
> the
> password of the user pardo.
>
> 5) In the cluster, the RDT server is started
>
> [pardo@nm]$ handshake completed
> launched new server on 4033
> SSL Settings
> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>
> 6) In Eclipse, a dialog informs that an SSL connection is being established
>
> 7) A second password is requested (I suppose it is for the SSH daemon).
> I enter the same password as in step 4.
>
> 8) The connection is completed. All subsystems are connected as it
> appears in the Properties view.
>
> 9) Check that the server is running on the cluster
>
> [pardo@nm]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
> -DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
> 4075
> root 22681 0.0 0.1 80576 2612 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 perl
> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server//auth.pl pardo
> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ 4033 120000 1236688249538
> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre
> root 22683 0.0 0.0 100988 1264 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 su -p
> pardo -c /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
> -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033
> 120000 1236688249538
> pardo 22684 0.4 1.8 837816 38120 ? Ssl 13:30 0:02
> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
> -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033
> 120000 1236688249538
>
> 10) In Eclipse I try to open the Files part of my connection.
>
> In the Files tree the message "Pending..." is shown
> In the Progress View the message "Resolving ./*" is shown, there's no
> progress: always 0%.
> No messages in the Error Log View.
>
> 11) After a while the message "File '.' not found" is shown in the Files
> tree.
>
> Contents of the ./eclipse/RSE directory in the cluster are:
>
> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
> total 12
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 .
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Mar 10 13:30 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>
> As you can see, there isn't a log file.
>
> And that's all. Sorry for the long message.
>
> Thanks very much,
> Xoán
>
>
>
> David McKnight wrote:
>
>> Hi Xoán,
>
>> Are you able to see whether there are any messages logged on the
>> console that started the daemon? Are there a .dstoreTrace log file
>> under the directory ~/.eclipse/RSE?
>
>> Thanks,
>> Dave
>
>> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:a224b36f5f9a1f0dd1e14e5a08b94974$1@www.eclipse.org...
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> IŽm trying to use RDT to work with a project stored in our
>>> departmentŽs cluster
>>> from my laptop. I've installed the RDT server (a daemon as root in
>>> port 4075) that starts a server in port 4033 for each connection.
>>> IŽve configured the server to use SSL.
>>>
>>> IŽve defined in my laptop two RSE connections, one SSH based and one
>>> dStore based. The SSH based works fine, I can see and work with my
>>> remote files, start shells and terminals. By the contrary, the dstore
>>> based connection connects me to the server (as notified in the
>>> cluster console and in the properties of the connection) but I can
>>> only start terminals (that use SSH not dStore). I get "File '.' not
>>> found" and Empty List messages for the Files and Processes parts of
>>> the connection, and "blank" consoles for the Shell part.
>>>
>>> I'm using MacOSX 10.5 and Eclipse 3.4.1 with RSE DStore 3.0.1 plugin.
>>> My firewall is configured to not allow incoming connections by
>>> default, but I accept incoming connections for Eclipse (I donŽt know
>>> if this has anything to do with the problem).
>>>
>>> Because I want to use the remote build and indexing features of RDT
>>> IŽd really appreciate your assistance.
>>>
>>> Excuse me if this question was more appropriate for the PTP
>>> newsgroup. I wasnŽt sure where to post it first.
>>>
>>>
>
>
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #33610 is a reply to message #33227] Mon, 23 March 2009 13:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
No real name is currently offline No real nameFriend
Messages: 8
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi David,

excuse me for the delay in the answer, I was ill last week.

IŽve tried activating tracing in auth.pl and in daemon.pl but it makes no
difference. I canŽt find a .dstoreTrace file in the cluster.

Java version is the same for both users:

[pardo@nm RSE]$ java -version
java version "1.6.0_07"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_07-b06)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 10.0-b23, mixed mode)
[pardo@nm RSE]$

Thanks
Xoán C. Pardo


David McKnight wrote:

> Hi Xoán,

> Could you change the server's auth.pl file to have the following in it's
> invocation of java from the system call?
> -DSTORE_TRACING_ON=true

> The system call will look something like this:
> system("su $suOptions $userIN -c '$javaExe -cp
> $classpath -DSTORE_TRACING_ON=true -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=$pathIN
-DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server $portIN $timeoutIN $ticketIN'");

> Once you connect to to the datastore server this way, a .dstoreTrace file
> should get created. I think that would help the most. Also, could you tell
> me which version of java is used by root and by your user account?

> Thanks,
> Dave

> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:93493b0b4f297153bca421c8cd5ce272$1@www.eclipse.org...
>> Hi Dave,
>>
>> contents of .eclipse/RSE are:
>>
>> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
>> total 24
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Feb 26 12:52 .
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:32 pardo
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 18 14:01 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 3549 Mar 5 17:35 rsecomm.log
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:34 xoan
>>
>>
>> pardo and xoan directories contain the following:
>>
>> pardo:
>> total 4
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:32 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>> xoan:
>> total 4
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:34 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>>
>> and rsecomm.log has the following message repeated 13 times:
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>> Thu Mar 05 17:35:01 CET 2009
>> ERROR UniversalProcessMiner: Unsupported subject for command: DataElement
>> {
>> Type: universal.FilterObject
>> Name: .
>> Value: .
>> ID: Source: .
>> Depth: 1
>> DataStore: server_host
>> }
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>>
>>
>> I try to connect using pardo login. I think that the xoan directory was
>> created the first time I tried to connect using an erroneous user name. It
>> could be that the log messages were generated once I was playing with
>> filters trying to solve the problem.
>>
>> I removed the RSE directory and started a connection from the beginning.
>> Following is the sequence of events in case it could help:
>>
>> 1) I started the daemon in our cluster
>>
>> [root@nm rdt-server]# ./daemon.pl &
>> [1] 22564
>> [root@nm rdt-server]# SSL Settings
>> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> Daemon running on: nm.des.udc.es, port: 4075
>> 2) Check the daemon is running
>>
>> [pardo@nm rdt-server]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
-DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false
>> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher 4075
>>
>> 3) Started a connection from Eclipse
>>
>> 4) A password is requested (I suppose it is for the RDT daemon). I enter
>> the
>> password of the user pardo.
>>
>> 5) In the cluster, the RDT server is started
>>
>> [pardo@nm]$ handshake completed
>> launched new server on 4033
>> SSL Settings
>> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>>
>> 6) In Eclipse, a dialog informs that an SSL connection is being
>> established
>>
>> 7) A second password is requested (I suppose it is for the SSH daemon). I
>> enter the same password as in step 4.
>>
>> 8) The connection is completed. All subsystems are connected as it appears
>> in the Properties view.
>>
>> 9) Check that the server is running on the cluster
>>
>> [pardo@nm]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
-DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false
>> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher 4075
>> root 22681 0.0 0.1 80576 2612 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 perl
>> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server//auth.pl pardo
>> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ 4033 120000 1236688249538
>> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre
>> root 22683 0.0 0.0 100988 1264 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 su -p
>> pardo -c /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
>>
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
>> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033 120000 1236688249538
>> pardo 22684 0.4 1.8 837816 38120 ? Ssl 13:30 0:02
>> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
>>
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
>> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033 120000 1236688249538
>>
>> 10) In Eclipse I try to open the Files part of my connection.
>>
>> In the Files tree the message "Pending..." is shown
>> In the Progress View the message "Resolving ./*" is shown, there's no
>> progress: always 0%.
>> No messages in the Error Log View.
>>
>> 11) After a while the message "File '.' not found" is shown in the Files
>> tree.
>>
>> Contents of the ./eclipse/RSE directory in the cluster are:
>>
>> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
>> total 12
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 .
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Mar 10 13:30 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>> As you can see, there isn't a log file.
>>
>> And that's all. Sorry for the long message.
>>
>> Thanks very much,
>> Xoán
>>
>>
>>
>> David McKnight wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Xoán,
>>
>>> Are you able to see whether there are any messages logged on the console
>>> that started the daemon? Are there a .dstoreTrace log file under the
>>> directory ~/.eclipse/RSE?
>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Dave
>>
>>> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:a224b36f5f9a1f0dd1e14e5a08b94974$1@www.eclipse.org...
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> IŽm trying to use RDT to work with a project stored in our departmentŽs
>>>> cluster
>>>> from my laptop. I've installed the RDT server (a daemon as root in port
>>>> 4075) that starts a server in port 4033 for each connection. IŽve
>>>> configured the server to use SSL.
>>>>
>>>> IŽve defined in my laptop two RSE connections, one SSH based and one
>>>> dStore based. The SSH based works fine, I can see and work with my
>>>> remote files, start shells and terminals. By the contrary, the dstore
>>>> based connection connects me to the server (as notified in the cluster
>>>> console and in the properties of the connection) but I can only start
>>>> terminals (that use SSH not dStore). I get "File '.' not found" and
>>>> Empty List messages for the Files and Processes parts of the connection,
>>>> and "blank" consoles for the Shell part.
>>>>
>>>> I'm using MacOSX 10.5 and Eclipse 3.4.1 with RSE DStore 3.0.1 plugin. My
>>>> firewall is configured to not allow incoming connections by default, but
>>>> I accept incoming connections for Eclipse (I donŽt know if this has
>>>> anything to do with the problem).
>>>>
>>>> Because I want to use the remote build and indexing features of RDT IŽd
>>>> really appreciate your assistance.
>>>>
>>>> Excuse me if this question was more appropriate for the PTP newsgroup. I
>>>> wasnŽt sure where to post it first.
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #33675 is a reply to message #33336] Mon, 23 March 2009 16:37 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real nameFriend
Messages: 8
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Ok.

I filed the bug.

Bug number: #269709
Summary: [dstore] A dstore-based connection doesn't work properly



Martin Oberhuber wrote:

> Hi Xoan,

> could you file a bug for follow-up disucssion on this please?
> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/enter_bug.cgi?product=Target
> Management&component=RSE

> Thanks,
> --
> Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
> Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
> http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




> Xoán C. Pardo wrote:
>> Hi Dave,
>>
>> contents of .eclipse/RSE are:
>>
>> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
>> total 24
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Feb 26 12:52 .
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:32 pardo
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 18 14:01 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 3549 Mar 5 17:35 rsecomm.log
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:34 xoan
>>
>>
>> pardo and xoan directories contain the following:
>>
>> pardo:
>> total 4
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:32 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>> xoan:
>> total 4
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:34 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>>
>> and rsecomm.log has the following message repeated 13 times:
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>> Thu Mar 05 17:35:01 CET 2009
>> ERROR UniversalProcessMiner: Unsupported subject for command: DataElement {
>> Type: universal.FilterObject
>> Name: .
>> Value: .
>> ID:
>> Source: .
>> Depth: 1
>> DataStore: server_host
>> }
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>>
>>
>> I try to connect using pardo login. I think that the xoan directory was
>> created the first time I tried to connect using an erroneous user name.
>> It could be that the log messages were generated once I was playing with
>> filters trying to solve the problem.
>>
>> I removed the RSE directory and started a connection from the beginning.
>> Following is the sequence of events in case it could help:
>>
>> 1) I started the daemon in our cluster
>>
>> [root@nm rdt-server]# ./daemon.pl &
>> [1] 22564
>> [root@nm rdt-server]# SSL Settings
>> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> Daemon running on: nm.des.udc.es, port: 4075
>> 2) Check the daemon is running
>>
>> [pardo@nm rdt-server]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
>> -DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
>> 4075
>>
>> 3) Started a connection from Eclipse
>>
>> 4) A password is requested (I suppose it is for the RDT daemon). I enter
>> the
>> password of the user pardo.
>>
>> 5) In the cluster, the RDT server is started
>>
>> [pardo@nm]$ handshake completed
>> launched new server on 4033
>> SSL Settings
>> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>>
>> 6) In Eclipse, a dialog informs that an SSL connection is being established
>>
>> 7) A second password is requested (I suppose it is for the SSH daemon).
>> I enter the same password as in step 4.
>>
>> 8) The connection is completed. All subsystems are connected as it
>> appears in the Properties view.
>>
>> 9) Check that the server is running on the cluster
>>
>> [pardo@nm]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
>> -DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
>> 4075
>> root 22681 0.0 0.1 80576 2612 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 perl
>> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server//auth.pl pardo
>> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ 4033 120000 1236688249538
>> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre
>> root 22683 0.0 0.0 100988 1264 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 su -p
>> pardo -c /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
>>
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
>> -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033
>> 120000 1236688249538
>> pardo 22684 0.4 1.8 837816 38120 ? Ssl 13:30 0:02
>> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
>>
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
>> -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033
>> 120000 1236688249538
>>
>> 10) In Eclipse I try to open the Files part of my connection.
>>
>> In the Files tree the message "Pending..." is shown
>> In the Progress View the message "Resolving ./*" is shown, there's no
>> progress: always 0%.
>> No messages in the Error Log View.
>>
>> 11) After a while the message "File '.' not found" is shown in the Files
>> tree.
>>
>> Contents of the ./eclipse/RSE directory in the cluster are:
>>
>> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
>> total 12
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 .
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Mar 10 13:30 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>> As you can see, there isn't a log file.
>>
>> And that's all. Sorry for the long message.
>>
>> Thanks very much,
>> Xoán
>>
>>
>>
>> David McKnight wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Xoán,
>>
>>> Are you able to see whether there are any messages logged on the
>>> console that started the daemon? Are there a .dstoreTrace log file
>>> under the directory ~/.eclipse/RSE?
>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Dave
>>
>>> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:a224b36f5f9a1f0dd1e14e5a08b94974$1@www.eclipse.org...
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> IŽm trying to use RDT to work with a project stored in our
>>>> departmentŽs cluster
>>>> from my laptop. I've installed the RDT server (a daemon as root in
>>>> port 4075) that starts a server in port 4033 for each connection.
>>>> IŽve configured the server to use SSL.
>>>>
>>>> IŽve defined in my laptop two RSE connections, one SSH based and one
>>>> dStore based. The SSH based works fine, I can see and work with my
>>>> remote files, start shells and terminals. By the contrary, the dstore
>>>> based connection connects me to the server (as notified in the
>>>> cluster console and in the properties of the connection) but I can
>>>> only start terminals (that use SSH not dStore). I get "File '.' not
>>>> found" and Empty List messages for the Files and Processes parts of
>>>> the connection, and "blank" consoles for the Shell part.
>>>>
>>>> I'm using MacOSX 10.5 and Eclipse 3.4.1 with RSE DStore 3.0.1 plugin.
>>>> My firewall is configured to not allow incoming connections by
>>>> default, but I accept incoming connections for Eclipse (I donŽt know
>>>> if this has anything to do with the problem).
>>>>
>>>> Because I want to use the remote build and indexing features of RDT
>>>> IŽd really appreciate your assistance.
>>>>
>>>> Excuse me if this question was more appropriate for the PTP
>>>> newsgroup. I wasnŽt sure where to post it first.
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>
OK.

The bug has been filed
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #579650 is a reply to message #32980] Mon, 09 March 2009 15:51 Go to previous message
David McKnight is currently offline David McKnightFriend
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Hi Xo
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #579658 is a reply to message #33050] Tue, 10 March 2009 13:28 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real nameFriend
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Hi Dave,

contents of .eclipse/RSE are:

[pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
total 24
4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Feb 26 12:52 .
4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:32 pardo
4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 18 14:01 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 3549 Mar 5 17:35 rsecomm.log
4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:34 xoan


pardo and xoan directories contain the following:

pardo:
total 4
-rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:32 rmt_classloader_cache.jar

xoan:
total 4
-rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:34 rmt_classloader_cache.jar


and rsecomm.log has the following message repeated 13 times:

------------------------------------------------------------ ---
Thu Mar 05 17:35:01 CET 2009
ERROR UniversalProcessMiner: Unsupported subject for command: DataElement
{
Type: universal.FilterObject
Name: .
Value: .
ID:
Source: .
Depth: 1
DataStore: server_host
}

------------------------------------------------------------ ---


I try to connect using pardo login. I think that the xoan directory was
created the first time I tried to connect using an erroneous user name. It
could be that the log messages were generated once I was playing with
filters trying to solve the problem.

I removed the RSE directory and started a connection from the beginning.
Following is the sequence of events in case it could help:

1) I started the daemon in our cluster

[root@nm rdt-server]# ./daemon.pl &
[1] 22564
[root@nm rdt-server]# SSL Settings
[daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
[daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
[server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
[server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
Daemon running on: nm.des.udc.es, port: 4075

2) Check the daemon is running

[pardo@nm rdt-server]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
-DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
-DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
4075

3) Started a connection from Eclipse

4) A password is requested (I suppose it is for the RDT daemon). I enter
the
password of the user pardo.

5) In the cluster, the RDT server is started

[pardo@nm]$ handshake completed
launched new server on 4033
SSL Settings
[daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
[daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
[server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
[server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]

6) In Eclipse, a dialog informs that an SSL connection is being established

7) A second password is requested (I suppose it is for the SSH daemon). I
enter the same password as in step 4.

8) The connection is completed. All subsystems are connected as it appears
in the Properties view.

9) Check that the server is running on the cluster

[pardo@nm]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
-DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
-DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
4075
root 22681 0.0 0.1 80576 2612 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 perl
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server//auth.pl pardo
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ 4033 120000 1236688249538
/usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre
root 22683 0.0 0.0 100988 1264 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 su -p
pardo -c /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
-DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033 120000 1236688249538
pardo 22684 0.4 1.8 837816 38120 ? Ssl 13:30 0:02
/usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
-DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033 120000 1236688249538

10) In Eclipse I try to open the Files part of my connection.

In the Files tree the message "Pending..." is shown
In the Progress View the message "Resolving ./*" is shown, there's no
progress: always 0%.
No messages in the Error Log View.

11) After a while the message "File '.' not found" is shown in the Files
tree.

Contents of the ./eclipse/RSE directory in the cluster are:

[pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
total 12
4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 .
4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Mar 10 13:30 rmt_classloader_cache.jar

As you can see, there isn't a log file.

And that's all. Sorry for the long message.

Thanks very much,
Xoán



David McKnight wrote:

> Hi Xoán,

> Are you able to see whether there are any messages logged on the console
> that started the daemon? Are there a .dstoreTrace log file under the
> directory ~/.eclipse/RSE?

> Thanks,
> Dave

> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:a224b36f5f9a1f0dd1e14e5a08b94974$1@www.eclipse.org...
>> Hi,
>>
>> IŽm trying to use RDT to work with a project stored in our departmentŽs
>> cluster
>> from my laptop. I've installed the RDT server (a daemon as root in port
>> 4075) that starts a server in port 4033 for each connection. IŽve
>> configured the server to use SSL.
>>
>> IŽve defined in my laptop two RSE connections, one SSH based and one
>> dStore based. The SSH based works fine, I can see and work with my remote
>> files, start shells and terminals. By the contrary, the dstore based
>> connection connects me to the server (as notified in the cluster console
>> and in the properties of the connection) but I can only start terminals
>> (that use SSH not dStore). I get "File '.' not found" and Empty List
>> messages for the Files and Processes parts of the connection, and "blank"
>> consoles for the Shell part.
>>
>> I'm using MacOSX 10.5 and Eclipse 3.4.1 with RSE DStore 3.0.1 plugin. My
>> firewall is configured to not allow incoming connections by default, but I
>> accept incoming connections for Eclipse (I donŽt know if this has anything
>> to do with the problem).
>>
>> Because I want to use the remote build and indexing features of RDT IŽd
>> really appreciate your assistance.
>>
>> Excuse me if this question was more appropriate for the PTP newsgroup. I
>> wasnŽt sure where to post it first.
>>
>>
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #579764 is a reply to message #33051] Thu, 12 March 2009 14:29 Go to previous message
David McKnight is currently offline David McKnightFriend
Messages: 244
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Hi Xo
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #579810 is a reply to message #33051] Thu, 19 March 2009 12:46 Go to previous message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin OberhuberFriend
Messages: 985
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Xoan,

could you file a bug for follow-up disucssion on this please?
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/enter_bug.cgi?product=Target
Management&component=RSE

Thanks,
--
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




Xoán C. Pardo wrote:
> Hi Dave,
>
> contents of .eclipse/RSE are:
>
> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
> total 24
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Feb 26 12:52 .
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:32 pardo
> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 18 14:01 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 3549 Mar 5 17:35 rsecomm.log
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:34 xoan
>
>
> pardo and xoan directories contain the following:
>
> pardo:
> total 4
> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:32 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>
> xoan:
> total 4
> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:34 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>
>
> and rsecomm.log has the following message repeated 13 times:
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
> Thu Mar 05 17:35:01 CET 2009
> ERROR UniversalProcessMiner: Unsupported subject for command: DataElement {
> Type: universal.FilterObject
> Name: .
> Value: .
> ID:
> Source: .
> Depth: 1
> DataStore: server_host
> }
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>
>
> I try to connect using pardo login. I think that the xoan directory was
> created the first time I tried to connect using an erroneous user name.
> It could be that the log messages were generated once I was playing with
> filters trying to solve the problem.
>
> I removed the RSE directory and started a connection from the beginning.
> Following is the sequence of events in case it could help:
>
> 1) I started the daemon in our cluster
>
> [root@nm rdt-server]# ./daemon.pl &
> [1] 22564
> [root@nm rdt-server]# SSL Settings
> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
> Daemon running on: nm.des.udc.es, port: 4075
> 2) Check the daemon is running
>
> [pardo@nm rdt-server]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
> -DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
> 4075
>
> 3) Started a connection from Eclipse
>
> 4) A password is requested (I suppose it is for the RDT daemon). I enter
> the
> password of the user pardo.
>
> 5) In the cluster, the RDT server is started
>
> [pardo@nm]$ handshake completed
> launched new server on 4033
> SSL Settings
> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>
> 6) In Eclipse, a dialog informs that an SSL connection is being established
>
> 7) A second password is requested (I suppose it is for the SSH daemon).
> I enter the same password as in step 4.
>
> 8) The connection is completed. All subsystems are connected as it
> appears in the Properties view.
>
> 9) Check that the server is running on the cluster
>
> [pardo@nm]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
> -DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
> 4075
> root 22681 0.0 0.1 80576 2612 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 perl
> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server//auth.pl pardo
> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ 4033 120000 1236688249538
> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre
> root 22683 0.0 0.0 100988 1264 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 su -p
> pardo -c /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
> -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033
> 120000 1236688249538
> pardo 22684 0.4 1.8 837816 38120 ? Ssl 13:30 0:02
> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
> -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033
> 120000 1236688249538
>
> 10) In Eclipse I try to open the Files part of my connection.
>
> In the Files tree the message "Pending..." is shown
> In the Progress View the message "Resolving ./*" is shown, there's no
> progress: always 0%.
> No messages in the Error Log View.
>
> 11) After a while the message "File '.' not found" is shown in the Files
> tree.
>
> Contents of the ./eclipse/RSE directory in the cluster are:
>
> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
> total 12
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 .
> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Mar 10 13:30 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>
> As you can see, there isn't a log file.
>
> And that's all. Sorry for the long message.
>
> Thanks very much,
> Xoán
>
>
>
> David McKnight wrote:
>
>> Hi Xoán,
>
>> Are you able to see whether there are any messages logged on the
>> console that started the daemon? Are there a .dstoreTrace log file
>> under the directory ~/.eclipse/RSE?
>
>> Thanks,
>> Dave
>
>> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:a224b36f5f9a1f0dd1e14e5a08b94974$1@www.eclipse.org...
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> IŽm trying to use RDT to work with a project stored in our
>>> departmentŽs cluster
>>> from my laptop. I've installed the RDT server (a daemon as root in
>>> port 4075) that starts a server in port 4033 for each connection.
>>> IŽve configured the server to use SSL.
>>>
>>> IŽve defined in my laptop two RSE connections, one SSH based and one
>>> dStore based. The SSH based works fine, I can see and work with my
>>> remote files, start shells and terminals. By the contrary, the dstore
>>> based connection connects me to the server (as notified in the
>>> cluster console and in the properties of the connection) but I can
>>> only start terminals (that use SSH not dStore). I get "File '.' not
>>> found" and Empty List messages for the Files and Processes parts of
>>> the connection, and "blank" consoles for the Shell part.
>>>
>>> I'm using MacOSX 10.5 and Eclipse 3.4.1 with RSE DStore 3.0.1 plugin.
>>> My firewall is configured to not allow incoming connections by
>>> default, but I accept incoming connections for Eclipse (I donŽt know
>>> if this has anything to do with the problem).
>>>
>>> Because I want to use the remote build and indexing features of RDT
>>> IŽd really appreciate your assistance.
>>>
>>> Excuse me if this question was more appropriate for the PTP
>>> newsgroup. I wasnŽt sure where to post it first.
>>>
>>>
>
>
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #579987 is a reply to message #33227] Mon, 23 March 2009 13:15 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real nameFriend
Messages: 8
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi David,

excuse me for the delay in the answer, I was ill last week.

IŽve tried activating tracing in auth.pl and in daemon.pl but it makes no
difference. I canŽt find a .dstoreTrace file in the cluster.

Java version is the same for both users:

[pardo@nm RSE]$ java -version
java version "1.6.0_07"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_07-b06)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 10.0-b23, mixed mode)
[pardo@nm RSE]$

Thanks
Xoán C. Pardo


David McKnight wrote:

> Hi Xoán,

> Could you change the server's auth.pl file to have the following in it's
> invocation of java from the system call?
> -DSTORE_TRACING_ON=true

> The system call will look something like this:
> system("su $suOptions $userIN -c '$javaExe -cp
> $classpath -DSTORE_TRACING_ON=true -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=$pathIN
-DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server $portIN $timeoutIN $ticketIN'");

> Once you connect to to the datastore server this way, a .dstoreTrace file
> should get created. I think that would help the most. Also, could you tell
> me which version of java is used by root and by your user account?

> Thanks,
> Dave

> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:93493b0b4f297153bca421c8cd5ce272$1@www.eclipse.org...
>> Hi Dave,
>>
>> contents of .eclipse/RSE are:
>>
>> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
>> total 24
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Feb 26 12:52 .
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:32 pardo
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 18 14:01 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 3549 Mar 5 17:35 rsecomm.log
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:34 xoan
>>
>>
>> pardo and xoan directories contain the following:
>>
>> pardo:
>> total 4
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:32 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>> xoan:
>> total 4
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:34 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>>
>> and rsecomm.log has the following message repeated 13 times:
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>> Thu Mar 05 17:35:01 CET 2009
>> ERROR UniversalProcessMiner: Unsupported subject for command: DataElement
>> {
>> Type: universal.FilterObject
>> Name: .
>> Value: .
>> ID: Source: .
>> Depth: 1
>> DataStore: server_host
>> }
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>>
>>
>> I try to connect using pardo login. I think that the xoan directory was
>> created the first time I tried to connect using an erroneous user name. It
>> could be that the log messages were generated once I was playing with
>> filters trying to solve the problem.
>>
>> I removed the RSE directory and started a connection from the beginning.
>> Following is the sequence of events in case it could help:
>>
>> 1) I started the daemon in our cluster
>>
>> [root@nm rdt-server]# ./daemon.pl &
>> [1] 22564
>> [root@nm rdt-server]# SSL Settings
>> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> Daemon running on: nm.des.udc.es, port: 4075
>> 2) Check the daemon is running
>>
>> [pardo@nm rdt-server]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
-DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false
>> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher 4075
>>
>> 3) Started a connection from Eclipse
>>
>> 4) A password is requested (I suppose it is for the RDT daemon). I enter
>> the
>> password of the user pardo.
>>
>> 5) In the cluster, the RDT server is started
>>
>> [pardo@nm]$ handshake completed
>> launched new server on 4033
>> SSL Settings
>> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>>
>> 6) In Eclipse, a dialog informs that an SSL connection is being
>> established
>>
>> 7) A second password is requested (I suppose it is for the SSH daemon). I
>> enter the same password as in step 4.
>>
>> 8) The connection is completed. All subsystems are connected as it appears
>> in the Properties view.
>>
>> 9) Check that the server is running on the cluster
>>
>> [pardo@nm]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
-DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false
>> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher 4075
>> root 22681 0.0 0.1 80576 2612 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 perl
>> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server//auth.pl pardo
>> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ 4033 120000 1236688249538
>> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre
>> root 22683 0.0 0.0 100988 1264 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 su -p
>> pardo -c /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
>>
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
>> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033 120000 1236688249538
>> pardo 22684 0.4 1.8 837816 38120 ? Ssl 13:30 0:02
>> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
>>
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true
>> org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033 120000 1236688249538
>>
>> 10) In Eclipse I try to open the Files part of my connection.
>>
>> In the Files tree the message "Pending..." is shown
>> In the Progress View the message "Resolving ./*" is shown, there's no
>> progress: always 0%.
>> No messages in the Error Log View.
>>
>> 11) After a while the message "File '.' not found" is shown in the Files
>> tree.
>>
>> Contents of the ./eclipse/RSE directory in the cluster are:
>>
>> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
>> total 12
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 .
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Mar 10 13:30 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>> As you can see, there isn't a log file.
>>
>> And that's all. Sorry for the long message.
>>
>> Thanks very much,
>> Xoán
>>
>>
>>
>> David McKnight wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Xoán,
>>
>>> Are you able to see whether there are any messages logged on the console
>>> that started the daemon? Are there a .dstoreTrace log file under the
>>> directory ~/.eclipse/RSE?
>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Dave
>>
>>> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:a224b36f5f9a1f0dd1e14e5a08b94974$1@www.eclipse.org...
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> IŽm trying to use RDT to work with a project stored in our departmentŽs
>>>> cluster
>>>> from my laptop. I've installed the RDT server (a daemon as root in port
>>>> 4075) that starts a server in port 4033 for each connection. IŽve
>>>> configured the server to use SSL.
>>>>
>>>> IŽve defined in my laptop two RSE connections, one SSH based and one
>>>> dStore based. The SSH based works fine, I can see and work with my
>>>> remote files, start shells and terminals. By the contrary, the dstore
>>>> based connection connects me to the server (as notified in the cluster
>>>> console and in the properties of the connection) but I can only start
>>>> terminals (that use SSH not dStore). I get "File '.' not found" and
>>>> Empty List messages for the Files and Processes parts of the connection,
>>>> and "blank" consoles for the Shell part.
>>>>
>>>> I'm using MacOSX 10.5 and Eclipse 3.4.1 with RSE DStore 3.0.1 plugin. My
>>>> firewall is configured to not allow incoming connections by default, but
>>>> I accept incoming connections for Eclipse (I donŽt know if this has
>>>> anything to do with the problem).
>>>>
>>>> Because I want to use the remote build and indexing features of RDT IŽd
>>>> really appreciate your assistance.
>>>>
>>>> Excuse me if this question was more appropriate for the PTP newsgroup. I
>>>> wasnŽt sure where to post it first.
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>
Re: Problems with a dStore connection [message #580011 is a reply to message #33336] Mon, 23 March 2009 16:37 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real nameFriend
Messages: 8
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Ok.

I filed the bug.

Bug number: #269709
Summary: [dstore] A dstore-based connection doesn't work properly



Martin Oberhuber wrote:

> Hi Xoan,

> could you file a bug for follow-up disucssion on this please?
> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/enter_bug.cgi?product=Target
> Management&component=RSE

> Thanks,
> --
> Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
> Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
> http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




> Xoán C. Pardo wrote:
>> Hi Dave,
>>
>> contents of .eclipse/RSE are:
>>
>> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
>> total 24
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Feb 26 12:52 .
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:32 pardo
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 18 14:01 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 3549 Mar 5 17:35 rsecomm.log
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Feb 19 12:34 xoan
>>
>>
>> pardo and xoan directories contain the following:
>>
>> pardo:
>> total 4
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:32 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>> xoan:
>> total 4
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Feb 19 12:34 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>>
>> and rsecomm.log has the following message repeated 13 times:
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>> Thu Mar 05 17:35:01 CET 2009
>> ERROR UniversalProcessMiner: Unsupported subject for command: DataElement {
>> Type: universal.FilterObject
>> Name: .
>> Value: .
>> ID:
>> Source: .
>> Depth: 1
>> DataStore: server_host
>> }
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ---
>>
>>
>> I try to connect using pardo login. I think that the xoan directory was
>> created the first time I tried to connect using an erroneous user name.
>> It could be that the log messages were generated once I was playing with
>> filters trying to solve the problem.
>>
>> I removed the RSE directory and started a connection from the beginning.
>> Following is the sequence of events in case it could help:
>>
>> 1) I started the daemon in our cluster
>>
>> [root@nm rdt-server]# ./daemon.pl &
>> [1] 22564
>> [root@nm rdt-server]# SSL Settings
>> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> Daemon running on: nm.des.udc.es, port: 4075
>> 2) Check the daemon is running
>>
>> [pardo@nm rdt-server]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
>> -DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
>> 4075
>>
>> 3) Started a connection from Eclipse
>>
>> 4) A password is requested (I suppose it is for the RDT daemon). I enter
>> the
>> password of the user pardo.
>>
>> 5) In the cluster, the RDT server is started
>>
>> [pardo@nm]$ handshake completed
>> launched new server on 4033
>> SSL Settings
>> [daemon keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [daemon keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>> [server keystore: /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/.keystore]
>> [server keystore pw: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
>>
>> 6) In Eclipse, a dialog informs that an SSL connection is being established
>>
>> 7) A second password is requested (I suppose it is for the SSH daemon).
>> I enter the same password as in step 4.
>>
>> 8) The connection is completed. All subsystems are connected as it
>> appears in the Properties view.
>>
>> 9) Check that the server is running on the cluster
>>
>> [pardo@nm]$ ps aux | grep rdt-server
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
>> -DDSTORE_TRACING_ON=false org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.ServerLauncher
>> 4075
>> root 22681 0.0 0.1 80576 2612 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 perl
>> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server//auth.pl pardo
>> /home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/ 4033 120000 1236688249538
>> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre
>> root 22683 0.0 0.0 100988 1264 pts/7 S 13:30 0:00 su -p
>> pardo -c /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
>>
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
>> -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033
>> 120000 1236688249538
>> pardo 22684 0.4 1.8 837816 38120 ? Ssl 13:30 0:02
>> /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_07/jre/bin/java -cp
>>
/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt -server/dstore_extra_server.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-s erver/dstore_core.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/dsto re_miners.jar:/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/clientserver .jar
>> -DA_PLUGIN_PATH=/home/users/pardo/apps/rdt-server/
>> -DDSTORE_SPIRIT_ON=true org.eclipse.dstore.core.server.Server 4033
>> 120000 1236688249538
>>
>> 10) In Eclipse I try to open the Files part of my connection.
>>
>> In the Files tree the message "Pending..." is shown
>> In the Progress View the message "Resolving ./*" is shown, there's no
>> progress: always 0%.
>> No messages in the Error Log View.
>>
>> 11) After a while the message "File '.' not found" is shown in the Files
>> tree.
>>
>> Contents of the ./eclipse/RSE directory in the cluster are:
>>
>> [pardo@nm RSE]$ ls -las
>> total 12
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 .
>> 4 drwxr-xr-x 4 pardo gac 4096 Mar 10 13:30 ..
>> 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 pardo gac 126 Mar 10 13:30 rmt_classloader_cache.jar
>>
>> As you can see, there isn't a log file.
>>
>> And that's all. Sorry for the long message.
>>
>> Thanks very much,
>> Xoán
>>
>>
>>
>> David McKnight wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Xoán,
>>
>>> Are you able to see whether there are any messages logged on the
>>> console that started the daemon? Are there a .dstoreTrace log file
>>> under the directory ~/.eclipse/RSE?
>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Dave
>>
>>> "" Xoán" C. Pardo" <xoanpardo@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:a224b36f5f9a1f0dd1e14e5a08b94974$1@www.eclipse.org...
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> IŽm trying to use RDT to work with a project stored in our
>>>> departmentŽs cluster
>>>> from my laptop. I've installed the RDT server (a daemon as root in
>>>> port 4075) that starts a server in port 4033 for each connection.
>>>> IŽve configured the server to use SSL.
>>>>
>>>> IŽve defined in my laptop two RSE connections, one SSH based and one
>>>> dStore based. The SSH based works fine, I can see and work with my
>>>> remote files, start shells and terminals. By the contrary, the dstore
>>>> based connection connects me to the server (as notified in the
>>>> cluster console and in the properties of the connection) but I can
>>>> only start terminals (that use SSH not dStore). I get "File '.' not
>>>> found" and Empty List messages for the Files and Processes parts of
>>>> the connection, and "blank" consoles for the Shell part.
>>>>
>>>> I'm using MacOSX 10.5 and Eclipse 3.4.1 with RSE DStore 3.0.1 plugin.
>>>> My firewall is configured to not allow incoming connections by
>>>> default, but I accept incoming connections for Eclipse (I donŽt know
>>>> if this has anything to do with the problem).
>>>>
>>>> Because I want to use the remote build and indexing features of RDT
>>>> IŽd really appreciate your assistance.
>>>>
>>>> Excuse me if this question was more appropriate for the PTP
>>>> newsgroup. I wasnŽt sure where to post it first.
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>
OK.

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