[GemStone-Smalltalk] Netldi Connection Errors

ian ian at icjohnson.com
Thu Oct 31 17:56:51 PDT 2019

Hi James,

Thanks for your response.

I used the startnetldi - selects the default gs64ldi.

The stick bit is set for root on the netldid daemon so that would be unix
auth.  Correct?

STDOUT gets the following on startnetldi:

ian at debian:/opt/gemstone/app/GemStone64Bit3.5.0-x86_64.Linux$ startnetldi
startnetldi[Info]: GemStone version '3.5.0'
startnetldi[Info]: Starting GemStone network server 'gs64ldi'.
startnetldi[Info]: GEMSTONE is:
[Info]: Loaded
startnetldi[Info]: Log file is '/opt/gemstone/log/gs64ldi.log'.
startnetldi[Info]: GemStone server 'gs64ldi' has been started, process 12491
ian at debian:/opt/gemstone/app/GemStone64Bit3.5.0-x86_64.Linux$ 

The output for gslist -x is:

ian at debian:/opt/gemstone/app/GemStone64Bit3.5.0-x86_64.Linux$ gslist -x
  status=  exists
  type=    Netldi
  version= 3.5.0
  owner=   ian
  started= Oct 31 20:50
  pid=     12491
  port=    50377
  logfile= /opt/gemstone/log/gs64ldi.log
  status=  exists
  type=    Stone
  version= 3.5.0
  owner=   ian
  started= Oct 30 20:15
  pid=     9731
  port=    43013
  options= gs64stone
  status=  exists
  type=    cache
  version= 3.5.0
  owner=   ian
  started= Oct 30 20:15
  pid=     9733
  port=    40091
  options=  numPages=4687, maxClients=52, spinCount=5000,
targetFreeFrameCount=585, numFFThreads=1, numSharedCounters=1900,
monitorPort=0, LargePagePolicy=0, LargePageSizeMb=0
ian at debian:/opt/gemstone/app/GemStone64Bit3.5.0-x86_64.Linux$ 

The error that I get when attempting to login via topaz seem to suggest that
there is an ssl connection error.  SSL seems to work everywhere else so this
seems to point to PAM.  I have not explicitly setup
/etc/pam.d/gemstone.netldi as per the admin manual (I did try this though -
same result) and am attempting to use vanilla pam.  

If it is PAM I fail to see why? (Although I am by no means a PAM expert.

Does this info help?

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