[Glass] Topaz for GS 3.2.9

Dale Henrichs via Glass glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Thu Feb 4 09:18:02 PST 2016


You shouldn't have to copy the topaz binary anywhere to use it. I am 
suspicious that you don't have the $GEMSTONE env var set when you try to 
run topaz...

To define the appropriate env vars in your environment, the following 
should work:

   source $GS_HOME/server/stones/<stone-name>/defStone.env

I'm adding a startTopaz script in the next release of GsDevKit_home, to 
make it simpler to run topaz ...


On 2/4/16 6:45 AM, BrunoBB via Glass wrote:
> Hi,
> After copying the topaz binary to:
> /home/bruno/git/GsDevKit_home/shared/downloads/products/GemStone64Bit3.2.9-x86_64.Linux/lib
> I can run topaz without problems...
> Regards,
> Bruno
> PS: after running GS i got the following warnings (but everything seems to
> work OK):
> waitstone[Error]: Network service !#server!devKit_329 was not found.
> Network lookup failure; could not find server 'devKit_329' on host 'ubuntu'
> because file not found: /opt/gemstone/locks/devKit_329..LCK;  service
> devKit_329 not found ; Netldi 'devKit_329_ldi' on host 'ubuntu' reports the
> request 'devKit_329' failed:
> The requested server could not be found because:
>   file not found: /opt/gemstone/locks/devKit_329..LCK;  service devKit_329
> not found
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