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#1 saigkill

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Posted 29 September 2015 - 10:12 PM

Hello Forummembers,

i try to set up my first Perforce server on my local PC. I'm working on a Ubuntu Vivid machine, and installed the server packages from the Perforce APT-Servers.

After installing i used

sudo /opt/perforce/sbin/configure-perforce-server.sh main -p 1666 -r /usr/local/p4root -u perforceadmin -P xxxxxxxx --unicode

to configure the server.

Then i'm getting:

Please provide the following details about your desired Perforce environment:
Perforce Server root (P4ROOT) [/usr/local/p4root]:
Perforce Server unicode-mode [true]:
Perforce Server case-sensitivity [0]:
Perforce Server address (P4PORT) [1666]:
Perforce super-user login [perforceadmin]:
Perforce super-user password:
Re-enter password.
Perforce super-user password:
SSL certificates found in ssl
Server switched to Unicode mode.
Started main p4d.
p4dctl error:
main p4d: '/opt/perforce/sbin/p4d' exited with status 255.
Started 1 servers.
p4dctl error:
Not all servers started successfully.

But sadly it doesn't says what happend. I can see that it installed a main.conf in /etc/perforce/p4dctl.conf.d.

But what can be wrong?

Greetings
Sascha

#2 P4Shimada

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Posted 30 September 2015 - 12:33 AM

Hi Sascha,

Thank you for the command and output examples. Did you check the log to see if there were any errors or messages there? Are you using the perforce-helix-ova-builder for your installation?

We do not know for sure yet what the issue is but I have seen this type of error message when the main p4d process was still running when p4dctl tried to start it.

Do you have a license file, and if so is it tied to port 1666?

REFERENCES

http://www.perforce....1_on_linux.html

http://www.perforce....er.install.html





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